The world of online defamation continues to be a problem in today’s web society. Thus, it is increasingly important that dentists and dental marketers understand defamation laws and what constitutes defamatory language online. If you are a dental marketer or a proprietor involved in the web, it is adviseable to increase your knowledge of this particular topic so that you can protect yourself against possible attacks. If you think that you are victim on online defamation there are steps that you can take to remove this problem. Some of these steps have to be handled in court while some can be handled in other ways. Either way the goal is to keep your online name clear of any problems.
Today, defamation is a serious act that needs to be handled correctly and promptly.
Interestingly, while there are few specific online defamation acts, libel lawsuits that cite the Communications Decency Act have gone to trial in courts throughout the world.
Internetmarketinglawfirms.com compiles legal advice for dental marketers and dentists that are looking to pursue a professional trade libel lawsuit. We have provided the following infographic by slander and libel law firm Kelly/Warner to help explain defamation lawsuits and what options exist for removing defamatory content:
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