Tag Archives | Defamation

Abusive Comments on Techdirt

Abusive Comments on Techdirt This blog post contains SOME examples of the abusive and defamatory comments on Techdirt.com. From June 2015, when media on my forthcoming trial for defamation against Google was published, Techdirt regular commentators made it clear that I was going to be subjected to vitriol and ridicule. I asked Masnick and Cushing on […]

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More Abuse From Techdirt

More Abuse From Techdirt Techdirt ridicules and abuses people using the excuse of Free Speech. But it does not practice what it preaches. Techdirt regularly hides or ‘moderates’ (they are not posted) any comments critical of Masnick or Techdirt or that does not fit with THEIR view of free speech: In addition to 18 months of […]

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ABC Australia Removes Article Written by Sunita Bose, Policy Director of Change.org

ABC Australia Removes Article Written by Sunita Bose, Policy Director, Change.org The purpose of this post is to thank the ABC Australia for removing a distressing, defamatory and derogatory ‘article’ written on The Drum (now closed) website by a person called Sunita Bose after I won on liability for defamation against Google Inc. Bose’s article was removed […]

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Ripoff Report DO Remove Webpages and Posts

Ripoff Report DO Remove Webpages and Posts  Magedson will remove webpages about himself that ‘sneak’ through the ‘mommies’. These are the women that ‘moderate’ the reports before they are published. Try finding the webpages in these screenshots on the website. They don’t exist because Magedson has removed them!               […]

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Google Censored this Blog

Google Censored this Blog In response to the growing realisation that the Ripoff Report defamation was not going away, in October 2011 I decided to put this blog online in order to tell my side of the story. This meant that I had to learn how to actually upload a blog. Nonetheless, it went live […]

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Google removes offensive autocomplete entry about an Irish hotel

Google Removes Offensive Autocomplete Entry  In June 2011 the Ballymascanlon House Hotel in Ireland filed legal proceedings against Google Ireland because a search for their name produced the word ‘receivership’ in the Google autocomplete feature. According to Google, the autocomplete ‘predicts and displays search queries based on other users’ search activities’. The hotel hosts weddings and this term […]

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