We can delete or remove negative content from a number of websites. When we can accomplish this, it means that the negative content will be removed completely and will no longer appear on the website, or in search engines. This process typically takes 2-4 weeks and is backed up by our Service Guarantee.

 

We use a variety of methods to achieve success, depending on the number of negative links, the host website, and other factors.

We can help you with the following issues:

 

 

  • Negative Reviews

  • Complaints

  • Mugshots

 

  • Legal Information

  • Defamatory Content

  • Media Articles

 

  • Blog Articles

  • Revenge Sites

  • Bad Publicity

 

  • Photos & Video

  • Social Media

  • Webpages

 

Online defamation is similar to an iceberg, and oftentimes, what you see on the first few pages of Google’s search results are just the tip.

If online damaging content and defamation isn’t removed in a timely manner, there’s a high likelihood of it being:

  • Copied,

  • Duplicated,

  • Syndicated, &

  • Disseminated throughout the Internet.

 

Defamation isn’t how it used to be, where (pre-Internet) a libelous or slanderous statement would barely make it out of one’s local community or municipality. Now, with the technological advancements of the 21st century, defamation stands to permeate all corners of the globe. That’s right, instead of online defamation reaching just your immediate family and friends, it stands to be viewed by complete strangers and potential employers halfway across the world.

 

With Internet crawling and news aggregation bots, such processes often happen automatically, and are completely beyond the control of the author and injured victim. Sometimes a malicious poster or defamer only intends the material to be viewed by a certain audience, but fails to appreciate that the Internet has a mind of its own, and once something is woven into its fabric, it can be near impossible to get out – unless you work with an experienced defamation removal attorney.

 

Another concern is that most people who post truly damaging information on the Internet about others usually don’t stop after posting it on just one website. After all, plenty of user-generated content platforms (think review websites, consumer advocacy websites, and scam reporting websites), have lax verification and regulation standards – allowing users to seamlessly jump from website to website, posting malicious and false information with ease.The DMCA is a federal law that addresses the issue of copyright infringement. 

 

This is typically utilized when a client’s copyrighted photo has been posted on a website without their consent. If we submit a DMCA notice on behalf of a client to a website, and the website does not remove the client’s photo or remove it “expeditiously,” this may open up the opportunity to sue the website for copyright infringement. In the event of non-compliance by a website, there are numerous other entities (i.e hosting provider, search engines) we can send a DMCA notice to in order to get the infringing photo removed. We have utilized this strategy to successfully remove images as well as damaging posts from offending websites. In other cases where websites and hosts are intentionally difficult to contact, a DMCA takedown can be submitted to search engines in order to de-index links and photos from search results.

 

Typically, persons post damaging content on multiple websites until they are confident that the harmful information will get the attention they want and have its intended effect. Thus, if the author of the damaging post is not identified or confronted regarding their nefarious online activities, they will likely continue to cause more harm and damage.One of the most commonly used legal strategies to remove or de-index false and defamatory information from search results is through a court order. When a website is presented with a court order stating content they are hosting has been declared defamatory by a court of law, the website will almost always remove it expeditiously. In the unlikely event that the website does not remove the defamatory content from their website, there is a defined process to get the link (that leads to the defamatory information) removed from Google.

 

In sum, if harmful content is not removed quickly, it stands to replicate itself in Internet search results and websites, ultimately rising to the top.Your online reputation is something that should be taken very seriously, as it stands to have countless real world repercussions and consequences. If online search engines are currently only showing a single piece of harmful content that you want removed from the Internet, it’s important to stop it before it spreads.In specific circumstances obtaining a stipulated judgment is the best option for a client.

 

“A stipulated judgment is an agreement between the parties to a case, which settles the case. Such agreement or settlement becomes a court judgment when the judge sanctions it “ – uslegal.com.Stipulated Judgments are most commonly used in one of the following scenarios: (1.) When a website that hosts user generated content has policies that state once something has been posted on their website, it will never be removed – even in the event the original poster wants to remove or redact false/defamatory information that they posted… Yes, unfortunately, websites are legally able to do this. (2.)When a poster of defamatory content online has been identified, and they agree to a stipulated judgment – which could be due to a number of reasons. Obtaining a stipulated judgment is one of quickest ways to get defamatory information de-indexed from Google.