Houston, we have a problem…
§ 230C of the Communications Decency Act is effectively State-Sponsored Cyber Terrorism against USA Citizens.
Currently, victims of Internet defamation in the United States have a bigger problem than most countries with respect to removing defamatory material from the Internet. This is because of a flawed law, ironically named Section 230C of the Communications Decency Act.
This video explains the problem:
Resources for legal professionals, lawmakers and scholars:
Search Engine Result Removal Request Forms
NOTE: The URLs for these pages sometimes change. Please let us know if the links don’t work.
Sometimes Google will remove defamatory and harassing material from its search results pages. It costs nothing to submit these requests, we have published the instructions here:
Ask Yahoo.com to Delete Defamatory Search Results
To Request to Remove Defamatory Search Results outside of Europe is a bit more tricky. You need a Yahoo! Site Explorer account to contact Yahoo. You can sign up here.
We also have volunteer lawyers in various countries who will be donating free templates for small claims and major claims lawsuits for defamation against websites and the authors of the defamatory material.
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The following link includes numerous tips and self-help articles on civil aspects of Internet defamation and harassment.