“Notice of Concerns” – A Powerful Legal Document That Leaves Search Engines Without Excuse.
Unlike the USA, Common Law countries such as Australia, have strong anti-defamation laws to protect their citizens against Internet Defamation.When you discover defamatory search results, consider filing a Notice of Concerns upon all major search engines, demanding removal of the search results. If the Search Engine Giants ignore you, they may be liable for financial damages to you. You have the following options:
- If you can afford it, ask your lawyer to research and rrepare a NOC for service against Search Engines.
- Try doing it yourself
- Engage a paralegal or other experienced person to help you prepare the document. This is very economical, but you should always ask your lawyer to review before submission. The Defamation 911 team can help you with this.
Search Engine Result Removal Request Forms
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Ask Google to Delete Defamatory Search Results
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 outsideof Europe is a bit more tricky. You need a Yahoo! Site Explorer account to contact Yahoo. You can sign up here.
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Dr. Janice Duffy’s Victory Against Google in Self Represented Defamation Case
Dr. Janice Duffy had a major victory against Google in South Australia, as a self-represented Plaintiff, she demolished the defenses of Google’s multi-million dollar legal team. The Court awarded Janice $150,000 in damages and about $300,000 in earlier legal fees. She also set a new precedent establishing Google as a publisher in Australia for search engine results. Visit Janice’s Website >>> and her other site Google-au.com