Copyright Infringment Lawyer, Internet Defamation, and Internet Privacy: Doctor Defamation: Taking Down Internet Libel & Protecting A Physician's Reputation

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September 21, 2011


Our company has developed an in house reputation control protocol to screen reviews before publishing them. I believe that a serious doctor review website can offer a lot of valuable info to patients and a great opportunity to promote doctors. However fake and/or offensive reviews do not bring any added value to the community and harm MD reputations. Therefore should not be posted in the first place. A proper manual verification is a bit expensive but it does work. Regards

I do wonder what ethical strategy might be used by lawyers to bully network administrators into removing statements that have not been proven false in a court of law.

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