Defamation By Omission?

I remember sitting in a church pew many years ago hearing the pastor speak about two different kinds of sin:  Sins of "commission" and sins of "omission." I understood very well as a teenager that you weren’t supposed to do bad things (commission), but it was always a bit more abstract and difficult to understand […]

The Dark Side Of Twitter Lists

I recently took a much needed hiatus from Twitter because I got super busy with work.  Now I’m back. But while I was gone the whole Twitter Lists phenomenon happened.  Everyone was talking about the benefits of Twitter lists.  No one could even conceive of any possible negative possibilities, which is why I find Michael […]

Truth Is A Defense To A Claim Of Defamation

Total read time: 2 minutes 49 seconds. "The truth is incontrovertible, malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end; there it is." -Winston Churchill Truth is a complete defense to a claim of defamation.   It is the great equalizer in any libel or slander suit. It is what the plaintiff’s […]

Upcoming Teleseminar: “Protecting and Maximizing Your Online Search Engine Reputation”

On August 28, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Standard Time I’ll be participating in a highly informative teleseminar with Jay Fleischmann on the topic of: "Protecting and Maximizing Your Online Search Engine Reputation." The best part is that it’s absolutely FREE! This call will be full of useful and valuable information you will be able […]