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Many of us have or will have experienced the fall-out of a romance gone bad – when two people have been in a consensual romantic or sexual relationship that ends. When the fallout of a romance includes one or more parties posting damaging details of the relationship online, then this is where a line should be drawn. Negative or defamatory comments published online can ruin your reputation and career, not to mention cause undue stress and embarrassment.
What is CheaterLand.com?
As if overcoming a bad break-up isn’t difficult enough, there are platforms where angry exes can publicly and anonymously post details about the relationship online. CheaterLand.com. one site in particular, houses thousands of negative reports submitted by angry ex-partners revealing damaging content about their alleged “cheater.” What’s worse, when someone searches your name on Google or other search engine, posts from CheaterLand.com will appear at the top of the search result, which will harm your reputation, both personally and professionally.
CheaterLand.com has anonymous posting features and is completely unregulated. Although users must “abide” by the site’s terms and conditions, unfortunately, the posts are almost never removed. The site owners dodge the provisions by displaying a disclaimer to deter any legal issues.
Exposure on CheaterLand.com can be damaging; the posts typically contain negative rants and defamatory gossip that come from an emotional place rather than the truth. Getting rid of thenegative posts is crucial for personal reputation and peace of mind.
CheaterLand.com So Problematic
We know that defamatory content published on websites like CheaterLand.com can ruin your reputation, but unfortunately they are not illegal. In actuality, cheater websites are protectedunder The Community Decency Act (CDA). Enacted originally by the United States Congress in1996 to minimize concerns with minors. There’s really only one way to hold someone liable for publishing defamatory online content: locate it and try to get it removed.
Looking at the Laws
There are two main categories of defamation: libel, or written defamation, and slander, or verbal defamation. When a defamatory statement is made online or through social media platforms like Facebook or Twitter — that involves the written word, so it is considered libelous.
In order for the person about whom a statement is made to recover for libel, the false statement must be defamatory, meaning that it actually harms the reputation of the other person, as opposed to being merely insulting or offensive.
Even though suing someone for libel seems cut and dry, it can be extremely tricky unless the proper components are in place.
Grounds For Suing For Libel: What to Know
The content alleged to be defamatory must also have been published to at least one other person –
(other than the subject of the content or post) and must be “of and concerning” the plaintiff. What that means is, those hearing or reading the statement must identify it specifically with the plaintiff.
The defamatory content must also be a false statement of fact –
hyperbole, or, however characterized, cannot be proven true or false, cannot be the subject of a libel or slander claim.
The defamatory content must also have been made with fault –
Public figures, government officials, celebrities, well-known individuals, and people involved in specific public controversies, are required to prove actual malice was made against them.
Proven act of negligence –
In most jurisdictions, private individuals must show only that the defendant was negligent: that he failed to act with due care in the situation.
Let’s explore some examples of the kinds of content that might be considered online defamation.
Example 1: Let’s say that on CheaterLand.com you post that John Miller cheated on you with his assistant last week. If the post is not true (recall, truth is one of the absolute defenses to defamation), it is defamatory. There is no way that this statement, if false, is not defamatory.
Example 2: Now, take that same statement but add an opinion to it, “I think that John Miller cheated on me with his assistant last week.” Statements of opinion are not statements of fact,and therefore protected from libel suits.
There’s a gray area here. Sometimes statements of opinion are viewed as statements of fact, depending on the circumstances. In this case, the average reader may look at your post as a statement of fact, depending on the circumstances.
The bottom line is, even if you write a post as a statement of opinion – “I think” or “I believe” – does not automatically protect you from a libel claim.
So, is it possible to
Remove Defamatory Posts On CheaterLand.com?
Remember, on the CheaterLand.com website, content is not reviewed or verified by third-party before it is published. Therefore, if you stay proactive you can take down defaming contents and pictures made about you as they appear. You may also try:
- Complaining to the CheaterLand.com website; requesting for the defamatory post to betaken down
- By court order; to efficiently use this method, you need to hire an attorney.
- By the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The CheaterLand.com website allows its users to post pictures and videos of those who cheated them. Therefore, the take down noticecan be sent to the website where the videos and pictures were posted without permission.
- Request the services of a link removal or online reputation company
Reach out to
Online Defamation Defenders
To remove CheaterLand.com links permanently before they tarnish your reputation, you may want to enlist professional help from a reputable online management company.
Online Defamation Defenders guarantees:
- your credit card will never be charged unless the post and pictures have been totally removed from the CheaterLand.com site.
- post removal from CheaterLand.com and search engines within 21 business days from the start date of your agreement.
- if the content cannot be removed within that time period, no fees will incur.
- one flat rate fee for removal with no hidden costs.
Protecting your online reputation is important, and removing defamatory content from CheaterLand.com will help to repair your character and allow you to make a fresh start, one that you deserve.