We are all increasingly hearing about hot button issues such as fake news controversies, the “digital divide” and the range of narratives influencing public opinion on the internet.
In the United States, those issues are affected by the laws governing free speech and Internet content. At Reputation Communications, we are committed to educating the greater public about the laws, opportunities and nuances inherent in Internet perception-shaping and publishing.
Here at You(Online), we publish the most extensive resources specific to those topics.
Recent highlights include the following articles, which examine the “Right to be Forgotten,” Internet laws and one way President Trump protected his brand–something every public figure and many CEOs should do.
Dan Shefet: Creator of the Internet’s Ombudsman He made worldwide headlines in 2014 when he forced Google to remove links to defamatory information about him. He has since established the Association for Accountability and Internet Democracy (AAID).
An Attorney’s Advice for Removing Negative, Defamatory and Infringing Material from the Internet Steps to take when you are a twibel target, to sue or not to sue, and “SLAPP,” a meritless lawsuit filed against a defendant in retaliation for speaking out against a public issue or figure.
President Trump’s Astute Online Reputation Management Playbook Trump’s moves include purchasing 3,643 website domain names with variations of the word “Trump.”
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