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Are you worried about how The Dirty Post Removal works? How to delete the negative and defamatory post from TheDirty.com? How much does The Dirty Post Removal Cost? Than you have come to the right place.
Imagine that you’ve woken up one day to a notification that a post or video of you has been published on TheDirty.com. When you check, all of it is lies and efforts to get the post or video unpublished on the site have been unfruitful.
This defamatory content might lead to a business and personal loss as your reputation is destroyed online. Don’t worry! With TheDirty Removal Services, it is now possible to get any damaging lies published on TheDirty.com taken down.
Having defamatory content posted online about you can have damaging consequences for your business, family, relationships and a host of other areas in your life. Many people love scandal and rarely verify the information they get, and this is a niche that websites like TheDirty.com have captured.
TheDirty.com was created by Holman Karamian, sometimes referred to as Nick Richie, and it thrives on posting defamatory or controversial content about celebrities and everyday people on their website.
Anything can be posted on the site as long as it’s considered juicy and scandalous enough.
Unfortunately, anything sent to TheDirty.com is never verified because of their assumption that all content sent is ‘100% truth’.
Some of the things published on the website include:
Malicious or defamatory content against people or their event.
Individual attacks on people.
False accusations against people.
Content specifically to shame someone or their products.
As long as there’s a juicy story to be told, TheDirty.com helps by putting it online for the public to see, displayed with the victims full names and personal records. According to them, this can be really advantageous in warning other people about future association with the said person.
However, this does much more harm than good. Defamatory content sent to the website is published with no thought of the victim’s suffering while the submitter’s name is kept anonymous.
Some might argue that it is necessary to protect the identity of the submitter from revenge from the victim or other person that might want to get back at them, but it is also worthy to note that TheDirty.com has no protection for anyone whatsoever.
They have no way of verifying the truth, nor do they want to, they keep the person who has given the information anonymous always and they almost never take the posts down except in extreme cases where extreme measures have been employed.
According to the TheDirty.com principles, pretty much anyone can submit content as long as it’s juicy, not considered offensive by them and if they consider it interesting enough.
Examples of the type of content TheDirty.com find pleasure in publishing are cheating stories, information about naughty or raunchy employers, embarrassing pictures, ‘revenge porn’, sexually explicit videos e.t.c.
All a person does is submit a post through the submit button located very glaringly on the website homepage and once they decide that it has met the criteria of the type content they publish (which is almost always), they publish that item.
One of the FAQ pre-answered on the site talks about content originally submitted by an individual and how it cannot be taken down on request by that person because there is no way to prove that it is the same person who has submitted the post that is requesting that it be taken down.
Also, to use the website, you have to agree to the terms and conditions of the website which surrenders your legal right to any item published on the website. You are also obligated to bear the cost of any lawsuit filed against them as a result of it.
The owner of the website makes it a point of duty to comment on a good number of posts published to the website daily, and usually signs his name below the content making it almost seem like they were written by him
Unfortunately, there are so many laws and judicial precedents that the leadership of TheDirty.com use in daily supporting what they do including section 230 of the communication and decency act
That is why we offer TheDirty Post Take Down Service for a very affordable fee. Through The Dirty Removal,
We obtain a court judgment(only if you need it) on your behalf and/or a subpoena that ensures that defamatory content about you is taken down within a short period of time.
We do this by ensuring that the defendant has no defense. Some of the commonly used ones include:
That the defendant has been given consent to have access to/or publish the information
That the information is the truth
That the defendant has qualified or absolute privilege
That what was published is simply an opinion
Countless number of times, various people have lamented about how these contents published against them or their businesses have affected them in numerous ways.
For example, if a nude photo of you was published, maybe by a vengeful ex without your consent, the psychological trauma and feeling of thinking everyone around you have at one time or the other viewed the picture can be very damaging.
It is better imagined than experienced and the same goes for many other areas including business. TheDirty.com’s position on sexually explicit or nude photos is that some people love that kind of attention.
While TheDirty Removal Services work to make sure that any defamatory content posted about you on websites like TheDirty.com is removed as soon as possible, you have a legal right to ask that the post be taken down. The US constitution states that “everyone is entitled to their privacy and is protected by the law”.
The right to privacy refers to the idea that a person’s personal information is protected from the public. Similarly, according to US Justice Louis Brandeis, everyone has the right to be left alone.
However, the Communications and Decency Act, Section 230 expressly states that “the user or provider of an interactive computer is not liable for content provided by someone else”.
Websites like TheDirty.com capitalize on the vague position of the law on this and go ahead to publish mostly offensive content.
According to sources, they only approve the information on the site which is submitted by the users, and cannot be held accountable for it and other social media like Facebook and Instagram run similar services.
Fortunately, there are exceptions to this rule in section 230, one of them being the very popular case of Jones v. Dirty World Entertainment Recordings, LLC; in this case, the court posited that TheDirty.com and other similar websites have no protection under the law.
But this judgment was overturned on appeal stating that there is a clear difference between posts submitted by the public and the comment of the website owner, Nick, below that post.