DirtyCheater.org is a website that purports to provide information on unfaithful romantic partners so that the public at large can be warned away from toxic relationships. But in truth, the site is a free-fire zone for online defamation, false accusations and malicious attacks. If your name appears on the site—which has become a popular dumping ground for revenge porn—you have every right to get angry. But getting angry isn’t enough. You need to defend your rights and your reputation with the biggest legal stick you can find.

In this comprehensive article, we’re going to take you through how to secure a guaranteed post and defamation removal from DirtyCheater.org, why DirtyCheater poses a serious threat to both your professional and personal reputation, whether cheater exposing websites are legal, and more!

  • At Minc Law, we provide guaranteed post and defamation removals from DirtyCheater.org. All you need to do is reach out to us today to schedule your free, initial no-obligation defamation consultation. In our tenure as nationally recognized Internet defamation attorneys, we’ve amassed an arsenal of comprehensive legal tactics to offer guaranteed defamation removals for specific websites – DirtyCheater.org being one of them. And, we conduct guaranteed defamation removals all for a flat, reasonable fee. You can find our complete list of websites we guarantee content removals from by checking out our ‘Content Removal’ page.
  • Simply put, posts and comments on DirtyCheater.org are legal and protected under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. Read up further about how to hold anonymous online posters liable for online defamation on DirtyCheater.org in Section 3!

Defamation Removal Tip: Defamation may commonly be referred to as: vilification, traducement, character assassination, and sometimes disparagement. Do understand that disparagement is a misnomer, and refers to a false statement or communication of fact which ultimately causes damage to a person or business’s proprietary interests, rather than to their/its reputation.

 

 

Have you discovered false and malicious posts or comments about yourself on DirtyCheater.org and want them removed? Contact the experienced online defamation removal attorneys of Minc Law as soon as possible to discuss your guaranteed defamation removal. That’s right, guaranteed defamation and post removal. At Minc Law, we know the ins and outs of United States’ defamation and libel law, and have removed over 25,000 pieces of libelous content and websites in our defamation tenure.

Furthermore, we’ve litigated in over 22 states and 3 countries, and boast a near 100% online defamation removal rate. And, we conduct all guaranteed removals for a flat, reasonable fee.

What are you waiting for? It’s important to stop false online posts and attacks before they spread.

Contact us today to schedule your free, initial no-obligation defamation consultation by calling us at (216) 373-7706, or by scheduling a meeting with us online.

We’re here to fight for your reputation!

 

The Facts: What is it?

The Brass Tacks: What is DirtyCheater.org?

DirtyCheater.org is an emerging online cheater shaming and exposing website, where past boyfriends, girlfriends, husbands, wives, spouses, and oftentimes, anonymous persons “shame” and “report” infidelity. It is also a popular platform for other baseless and malicious accusations and includes “reports” about gold diggers, liars, scammers, and drug addicts. While DirtyCheater.org is still relatively new in today’s cheater shaming platform ecosystem, it does boast over 66,000 backlinks to its website and ranks highly for several individuals’ names in the Google search results.

Think about it. How would you feel if you Googled your name and found that a false accusation on DirtyCheater.org showed up on the first page of the Internet search results? This stands to seriously harm an individual’s life and livelihood in countless ways.

And, while DirtyCheater.org and other cheater exposing websites may have started as honest, transparent, and noble platforms for protecting persons from unfaithful individuals, such websites have unfortunately evolved into hot-zones for online defamation, false accusations, and malicious attacks. They also have become popular platforms for the posting of revenge porn, also known as nonconsensual pornography.

Upon landing on DirtyCheater.org’s homepage, users are greeted with the slogan “Expose the Dirt!” and bombarded by numerous pictures of alleged cheaters and reports. DirtyCheater’s homepage is extremely simple, only supporting three components: the homepage, a submission page, and a contact page. Unfortunately for innocent persons, submitting a cheater report on DirtyCheater is as easy as entering a post title, text, uploading a picture, and email address – no proper registration required.

Wouldn’t you confront a bully or ex-spouse if they accused you of cheating in person? Why is the Internet any different? The problem with Internet defamation is it stands to remain online forever, unless something is done about it.

DirtyCheater’s lack of user registration safeguards, flimsy content vetting procedures, and absent terms and conditions create a lawless platform for users to come and go as they please – and post malicious and false attacks as they please.

In Section 2, we’re going to walk you through how to secure a guaranteed removal of content and posts from DirtyCheater.org.

U.S. Defamation Law Fact: Due to the United States’ longstanding enforcement of the First Amendment (free speech) and U.S. Constitution, it is typically considered a pro-defendant defamation jurisdiction. Other Common Law legal jurisdictions, such as Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom, along with European countries, are generally considered pro-plaintiff defamation jurisdictions.

 

How to remove yourself

How to Remove Yourself From DirtyCheater.org

Imagine having a friend, colleague, or loved one find an intimate photograph of you on the Internet? Or, how about if they found a false report accusing you of infidelity? These accusations and posts stand to destroy your life. Inaction is not an option!

At Minc Law, we can guarantee post removals, pictures, and comments from DirtyCheater.org. All you need to do is contact us today to schedule your free, initial no-obligation defamation consultation. And, we do it all for a flat, reasonable fee.

In our tenure as nationally recognized internet defamation attorneys, we’ve established an arsenal of comprehensive and cost-effective legal tactics to guarantee defamation and libel removals from specific websites and bulletin boards – DirtyCheater.org included. To find our complete list of websites we offer guaranteed removals for, head on over to our ‘Content Removal’ page.

Most notably, we’ve helped secure the effective removal of over 25,000 pieces of online content and websites, litigated in over 22 states and 3 countries, and boast a nearly 100% online defamation takedown rate.

We know who to work with and how to work with them to secure swift and permanent removals, and have worked tirelessly with countless website administrators, online content managers, and third-party arbitration firms over the years. And, in specific instances, we’ve gone above and beyond to secure court-ordered defamation removals of libelous and false content, revenge porn, and more.

What are you waiting for?

Contact us today to schedule your free, initial no-obligation defamation consultation by calling us at (216) 373-7706, or by filling out our contact form online.

 

We’re here to fight for your reputation!

Sextortion & Online Harassment Tip: When dealing with sextortion on the Internet, we recommend taking the following steps: familiarize yourself with the definition of sextortion, document all malicious communications and evidence, set all social media profiles to private, do not respond to the perpetrator and refrain from paying a ransom, and reach out to an experienced Internet attorney as soon as possible!

 

Are Posts & Comments Legal?

Are Posts & Comments on DirtyCheater.org Legal?

Simply put, yes. While it might seem unfathomable that libelous accusations and false posts can be allowed on a website or online bulletin board, the legalities behind it run quite deep.

To start, DirtyCheater.org and most cheater shaming and homewrecker exposing websites are classified as user-generated content platforms, due to the bulk of their content being contributed by well…third-party users and content creators. DirtyCheater.org simply hosts a “neutral” platform and bulletin board for users to create and curate content.

Such types of websites are protected under a controversial piece of Internet legislation, known as the Communications Decency Act (CDA). Drafted in 1996, the Communications Decency Act effectively grants near-blanket immunity to websites and Internet service providers (ISPs) which provide neutral platforms for user-generated content. Similar to how telephone companies are not held liable for the illegal and criminal acts discussed across their telephone lines, user-generated content platforms are not liable for content and information posted to their platform – unless a narrow exception applies.

Specifically, Section 230 of the CDA reads:

No provider or user of any interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider.

When analyzing whether immunity should be granted to an ISP or website, courts will generally utilize a three-pronged test, which requires a defendant to satisfy all three of the below prongs.

  • The defendant must provide a platform for “interactive computer services,”
  • The cause of action asserted must treat the defendant platform or bulletin board as the actual creator and publisher of the contentious information and posts at issue,
  • The contentious information must have been provided by a third-party information content provider.

Defamation Law Fact: Defamation is an all-encompassing term for a false assertion of fact communicated to a third-party, which subsequently causes harm or damage to another’s reputation. It can be broken down into two core types: libel and slander. Libel refers to a written or published (think photographs, videos, and other media) false assertion of fact, while slander refers to a spoken false assertion of fact. Note that because videos are preserved in a tangible medium, they are classified as libel under modern-day defamation law.

 

Effects on your reputation

Effects of Defamatory Online Posts On Your Reputation

Defamatory online posts, accusations, and reports stand to harm your reputation in more ways than one. Oftentimes, clients of ours fail to fully grasp just how deep online defamation can cut in one’s life. Not only do such posts and allegations stand to affect your personal life, but they also stand to affect your professional one as well. In this section, we’re going to walk you through several of the most common effects of defamatory online posts on your reputation and livelihood.

Just remember, online defamation and libelous accusations are like wildfire. The longer you let them sit and spread, the more damage they will do to your reputation and life. If you’ve found yourself falsely posted about on a website, bulletin board, social media website, or other online platform and want it removed, it’s imperative that you reach out to an experienced Internet defamation removal attorney as soon as possible.

Personal ReputationProfessional Reputation
Embarrassment, humiliation, and shameDecreased business, online traffic, and customers
Paranoia, stress, anxiety, mental anguish, and other physical symptoms and issuesDestruction of important business partnerships, streams of revenue, and advertising partnerships and opportunities
Criticism from friends, family, and one’s communityIncreased media criticism (such as an investigative piece)
Severe damage to both your personal and professional relationships, including friends, family, loved ones, colleagues, and employersDenial of future job opportunities and benefits, or being fired
Fear for your actual physical safety and well-beingHaving to shut down your business or company for good

Do note that the above is not an exhaustive list. Online defamation and malicious accusations can permeate one’s life in entirely unexpected ways, so make sure to “nip it in the bud” before it has time to blossom.

Libelous allegations and false posts should be treated with a strategic game-plan, so make sure you document all relevant evidence and communications along the way. Doing so will help give yourself and your defamation claim the best chance of success.

Finally, while online defamation and libel can be highly embarrassing and invasive, always know that you’re not alone, so don’t hesitate to reach out to an experienced legal professional as soon as possible after discovering false online accusations.

Libel Removal Tip: Proactivity is essential when it comes to combating online defamation and libel. Luckily, there are countless free, online tools you can use to identify defamatory posts and reviews as soon as they go live. We recommend creating a Google Alerts account to receive notifications anytime your name, or selected keywords, are mentioned anywhere online!

 

Secure Your Guaranteed Post Removal From DirtyCheater.org Now!

If you think online defamation and false accusations will eventually go away, they won’t. False posts and intimate photographs stand to permeate all corners of the Internet. It’s time to stand up and put an end to cyberbullying, defamatory attacks, and the leaking of intimate photographs. That’s where we come into play.

Reach out to the experienced Internet defamation removal attorneys of Minc Law as soon as possible to discuss your guaranteed defamation removal. What are you waiting for? Online defamation and libelous attacks are like wildfire – the longer you let them sit and spread, the more damage it’s going to do to your reputation.

In our tenure as nationally recognized Internet attorneys, we’ve built up an arsenal of comprehensive and cost-effective legal tactics to secure guaranteed defamation and post removals from specific websites – DirtyCheater.org included. To find a comprehensive list of all websites and online platforms we provide guaranteed libel and post removals for, make sure to check out our ‘Content Removal’ page.

So, what can you expect when working with the Cleveland-based defamation lawyers of Minc Law?

  • Utmost Respect & Courtesy: We know just how invasive and stressful online defamation and baseless allegations can be. We’re here to make the removal process as smooth as possible. After all, your goals are our goals.
  • Open Channels of Communication: Some Internet defamation attorneys go missing once the online libel takedown process has begun. Not us. We understand how important it is to be kept in the loop concerning your case and removal. At Minc Law, we pride ourselves on open channels of communication and dialogue.
  • We Get Results: Websites and businesses respond to us. In our defamation tenure, we’ve secured the effective and permanent removal of over 25,000 pieces of defamatory content and websites, litigated in over 22 states and 3 countries, and boast a nearly 100% online defamation takedown rate. That’s right! We know who to work with, and how to work with them, in order to secure quick and painless defamation removals.

Let’s get started today!

To schedule your free, initial no-obligation consultation, call us at (216) 373-7706, or fill out our contact form online.

 

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