By:  Aaron Minc, Principal & Founder

In this blog post, we’re going to take you through how to secure a guaranteed removal of defamatory and libelous content from, whether cheater shaming and infidelity exposing websites/bulletin boards are in fact legal, several common consequences associated with online defamation and false posts, and three famous internet defamation cases. To secure a guaranteed removal of libelous and false posts on, simply contact the Internet defamation removal attorneys of Minc Law today! At Minc Law, we’ve built up an arsenal of cost-effective legal tactics over the years to remove defamatory content from user-generated content platforms (ex. Cheater shaming websites), and can guarantee the removal of false and defamatory content from certain websites. And, we do it all for a flat, reasonable fee. Simply head on over to our ‘Services’ page to check out the websites and online platforms we provide guaranteed defamation removals for (including

Ohio Defamation Law Fact: Ohio’s defamation statute of limitations required libel and slander plaintiffs bring their claim within one year after the cause of action has accrued. Typically, a cause of action will be deemed to have accrued on the date the plaintiff first discovers the defamatory publication. However, keep in mind that the ‘Single Publication’ rule has been enforced by some Ohio courts, a legal rule which deems a libel claim to have accrued upon the first publication of the matter complained of.

If you’ve been the victim of false and malicious posts on, or other user-generated content platforms and cheater shaming websites, it’s imperative you reach out to the defamation removal attorneys of Minc Law today! At Minc Law, we can guarantee the removal of false and malicious posts from, all you need to do is contact us. That’s right, we can guarantee the removal of defamatory content from ReportCheatingWife. But how? Over the years, we’ve built up an arsenal of legal and removal tactics to secure swift, cost-effective, and seamless defamation removals for certain sites. To check out the list of websites and online platforms we provide guaranteed removals from, just head on over to our ‘Services’ page. Know that when working with the Cleveland-based Internet defamation attorneys of Minc Law, you’re in good hands. In our tenure as nationally recognized online defamation attorneys, we’ve secured the effective removal of over 25,000 pieces of libelous content, litigated in over 22 states and 3 countries, and support a nearly 100% online defamation takedown rate. So, what are you waiting for? Reach out today to schedule your free, initial no-obligation defamation consultation by calling us at (216) 373-7706, or by scheduling a meeting online.

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The Brass Tacks: What is

The Brass Tacks: What is Boasting the slogan “Let’s expose cheating wives together!”, is pretty straight-forward – an online platform and bulletin board for users to report their unfaithful and cheating wives. However; ReportCheatingWife isn’t just for cheating wives, it extends to all spouses or lovers who have been unfaithful. And, although might seem like it’s well-intentioned and seeking to protect individuals from unfaithful spouses, it’s unfortunately morphed into a platform of baseless and false allegations. Such allegations ultimately threaten both one’s personal and professional reputation. When landing on the homepage, users are confronted with countless infidelity shaming posts, some with pictures. They’re also prompted to “Report Cheater’, where they can input a title, descriptive report, photograph, and more. Posters may also select from a list of categories (generally relegated to state) to further enable users to sift through the content more easily. Having only gained traction in late-2018, is a relatively new user-generated content platform (UGC) for users to craft detailed reports about current and past unfaithful lovers and spouses. According to marketing analytics and keyword research platform, SEMRush, averages about 70 organic searches per day and has over 88,000 backlinks to their website. Additionally, they rank on the first page for several individual names, making it a deadly platform for users who have been maliciously or falsely accused. Would you wanted a malicious and false accusation showing on the first page of Google after ‘Googling’ your name? In the next section, we’re going to walk you through how to secure a guaranteed removal of false and libelous content from

U.S. Defamation Law Fact: In order for a defamation plaintiff to succeed in their claim, most states typically require they prove the following four elements; (1) A false statement of fact which is of and concerning the plaintiff made to a third-party, (2) The communication or publication to a third-party was unprivileged, (3) The publisher/communicator acted with at least negligence when communicating/publishing the statement, (4) The statement caused damages to a party’s reputation.


Guaranteed Defamation Removal From

Guaranteed Defamation Removal From Have you been the victim of baseless accusations and posts on and want it removed? At Minc Law, we can guarantee the removal of false and defamatory content from, all you need to do is contact us today! And, we remove content from ReportCheatingWife (and countless other websites) all for a flat, reasonable fee. To find the complete list of websites and online platforms that we offer guaranteed defamation removals from, head on over to our ‘Content Removal’ page. Not only can we assist in the seamless and quick removal of negative and false online content/posts, we do so in a cost-effective and effective manner. At Minc Law, our primary goal is to provide accessible recourse for defamation victims looking to avoid unreasonable and unnecessary legal expenses and tactics. We’ve removed libelous and false content from all types of websites and platforms, including; gossip websites, scam reporting websites, consumer advocacy bulletin boards, STD shaming websites, gossip columns, and more. In certain cases where simply working with website administrators and online content managers wasn’t enough, we’ve gone above and beyond and secured court ordered removals and search engine de-indexing. Know that online defamation law is a highly nuanced area of law, with states differing in their approach to content removals, so it’s extremely important you contact an experienced Internet defamation removal attorney before commencing with the removal. Furthermore, approaching online defamation and libel without a strategic plan could ultimately lead to personal information and defamatory posts being publicized even further (also known as the ‘Streisand Effect’). It’s also important to understand that most cheater shaming and infidelity exposing websites are user-generated content platforms, and protected under a landmark piece of Internet legislation (The Communications Decency Act) – so holding a website liable for online defamation is typically out of the question. At Minc Law, we can help find and identify malicious online trolls and defamers and hold them liable. It’s time to put an end to the malicious and false attacks today. What are you waiting for?

Online Libel Removal Tip: Understand that while YouTube videos and other popular media does include spoken statements, because it is preserved in a tangible medium, it is considered libel rather than slander. Live streams streams which are not recorded may however possibly be considered slander. If you’re unsure of whether the defamation in question is libel or slander, we strongly recommend reaching out to an experienced online defamation attorney to assist you.


Three Famous Internet Defamation Cases

The rise of social media and other user-generated content platforms has resulted in not only an increase in the dissemination of positive and constructive information, but online defamation and libel as well. In this section, we’re going to walk you through three famous Internet defamation cases which show just how online defamation and unfounded attacks can stand to affect your life. And, you might just be surprised to see how a libelous comment made in one country could ultimately land you in hot water when travelling to another.

1. Dick Anagnost v. The Mortgage Specialists, Inc.

In what was considered the largest personal injury settlement in the state of New Hampshire (to date), a local business owner was ordered to pay three men a total sum of $274.5 million in 2017 after publicly calling all three of them money launderers and drug dealers. The case of Anagnost v. The Mortgage Specialists was one for the records, after Michael Gill, of “The Mortgage Specialists” posted false allegations, photographs, and personal information of the victims on billboards outside of three of his business locations (along with one his website) accusing three men of countless unsavory acts. Gill subsequently appealed the decision, however, the court ultimately dismissed the appeal, noting that “oral argument is unnecessary in this case,” and “that the defendants’ brief contains no statement of questions presented for review; nor does it contain specific references to any portion of the record where the issues on appeal were raised in trial court.”

2. British Woman Faces Jailing in Dubai For Facebook Post

Have you ever published something on the Internet that you weren’t proud of or attacked a person online (even in a mild manner)? One British woman is facing potential jail time in Dubai for a three-year-old Facebook post in which she called her ex-husband’s new wife as a “horse.” Britain’s Foreign Office confirmed with the BBC that a London woman, Laleh Shahravesh, was being detained in the Arab city due to their strict laws concerning online defamation. After landing in Dubai to attend her ex-husband’s funeral, Shahravesh was detained by Dubai authorities, and subsequently charged with defamation for comments she made on Facebook about her ex-husband’s wife. Specifically, under the UAE’s cybercrime laws, individuals may be fined and even sentenced to prison for libelous and defamatory statements made on the Internet. At present, Shahravesh faces up to two years in jail or a fine of roughly USD $65,000 – even though she wasn’t even in the United Arab Emirates when the comments/insults were posted.

3. Hustler Magazine v. Falwell

In 1988, monthly softcore pornographic magazine Hustler was at the center of a defamation suit after publishing a parody advertisement in their magazine portraying famous political commentator, Southern Baptist pastor, and televangelist Jerry Falwell as an incestuous drunkard. The Hustler parody mimicked a popular advertising campaign that was airing at the time by Italian liqueur Campari, which interviewed celebrities about their “first time” – a double-entendre mixing their first time drinking Campari and first sexual experience. In Hustler’s parody, Falwell reveals his first sexual encounter was with his mother in their outhouse, while drunk off Campari. While crude, the advertisement did carry a disclaimer with small print at the bottom, noting that it should not be taken seriously. Falwell subsequently sued Hustler for libel, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and invasion of privacy. The jury found in favor of Hustler in regards to the libel claim, noting that parody (one of the core defenses to defamation claims) could not be reasonably understood to be alluding to actual facts or events. The jury did however rule in favor of Falwell for the intentional infliction of emotional distress claim, ultimately awarding him USD $150,000 in damages.

Defamation Law Fact: Google and YouTube both define defamation as “any untrue statement that is harmful to someone’s reputation or causes someone to be shunned or avoided.” When determining whether to block content or not, they both take into account local legal considerations, and do require a court order in certain instances. Always make sure to preserve evidence and be able to backup your claim with supporting statements as to how a piece of online content specifically damages your reputation.

If you’re unsure of what constitutes online defamation and want to explore your legal options, reach out to the experienced online defamation removal attorneys of Minc Law now! At Minc Law, we know the ins and outs of U.S. defamation and libel law, and have the results to prove it. Get started today by calling us at (216) 373-7706, or by filling out our contact form online.

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Common Consequences of Online Defamation & False Posts

Common Consequences of Online Defamation & False Posts As we’ve touched on throughout this comprehensive defamation blog post, reports and comments on cheater shaming and infidelity exposing websites/platforms stand to not only destroy your personal reputation, but your professional one as well. In this section, we’re going to walk you through some of the most common consequences associated with online defamation and false posts.

Personal ReputationProfessional Reputation
Embarrassment and humiliationLoss of customers and business
Anxiety, depression, stress, and other physical symptomsSeverance of business partnerships, advertising, and sponsorship
Ostracization from one’s communityIncreased media scrutiny and negative press
Severance of relationships with friends, family members, and loved onesDenial of future employment opportunities
Denial of certain social opportunitiesHaving to shut down one’s business or company for good

Keep in mind that the above table is a non-exhaustive list of potential consequences. If you’re looking for a free and straightforward way to stay on top of your online presence and reputation, we recommend setting up a free Google Alerts account. Google Alerts enables users to receive alerts anytime their name (and inputted string of keywords) is crawled by Google search results, and combat online defamation in a more timely (and effective) manner.

Brand Reputation Monitoring Tip: If you’d like to gauge the general public’s opinion of your product or service, we recommend establishing a brand reputation monitoring budget. Not only is it a great way to identify what the general public thinks of your business or service, it’s also an effective way to identify online intellectual property infringers.

Work With the Ohio Internet Defamation Attorneys of Minc Law Today!

Have you been defamed or falsely accused on and want it completely removed? Contact the defamation removal attorneys of Minc Law today for your guaranteed removal. At Minc Law, we guarantee the removal of libelous and false content from We also offer guaranteed removals from countless other sites, which can be found over at our ‘Services’ page. And, we do them all for a flat, reasonable fee. In our tenure as experienced online defamation removal attorneys, we’ve litigated in over 22 states and 3 countries, secured the effective removal of over 25,000 pieces of false and libelous content/websites, and boast a nearly 100% online defamation removal and takedown rate. Curious as to what you can expect when working with the Cleveland-based Internet attorneys of Minc Law?

  • Utmost Respect & Courtesy: At Minc Law, we understand just how stressful and invasive online defamation and libel can be, so rest assured we’re here to make the removal process as smooth as possible. After all, your goals are our goals. Know that we’re always on your side and here to further your best interests.
  • Open Channels of Communication: We pride ourselves on our open lines of communication. We’re here to keep you informed and up-to-date about everything surrounding your case and removal.
  • Websites & Businesses Respond to Us: As we’ve mentioned above, we’ve secured the effective removal of over 25,000 pieces of libelous and false online content/websites. We know who to work with and how to work with them. Specifically, we’ve worked with countless online content managers, website administrators, and third-party arbitration firms to secure quick and permanent removals.

Online defamation is no laughing matter and should be dealt with as soon as possible. Don’t risk letting it spill into both your personal and professional life. Time is of the essence, so let’s get started. 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.

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