Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Defamation Lawyer: Traverse Internet Law on Defamation. July 2011.

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The facts are unproven allegations of the Plaintiff and all commentary is based upon the allegations, the truthfulness and accuracy of which are likely in dispute.

FILED: 6/09/2011

The Defendant is alleged to have acquired the “.net” domain name of the Plaintiff and launched a website that contained defamatory comments about its competitor. A “.net” website is likely to come up high in the results when its competitor is searched and this type of attack is particularly effective. Another good reason, of course, to buy up all of the key domain names to protect your business.
Bluemile is engaged in the business of selling Internet technology services. Defendant sells similar services. Defendant is alleged to have purchased a similar domain name and then published extensive defamatory and disparaging comments on the website similar to the Plaintiff’s targeted at the Plaintiff.

The Plaintiff alleges cyberpiracy, trade libel, defamation and interference with business. Relief requested includes preliminary and permanent injunctive relief, turnover of the infringing domain name to the Plaintiff, actual damages, costs and fees. Traverse Internet Law Federal Court Report Cross-Reference Number 1502.


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