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Re-newsit Blogger Ordered to Pay for Defamation

Stop Cyber Abuse

defamation-imageDenise Souriall has updated her website with the good news.

Ted Wafer was charged with the November 2, 2013 death of Renisha McBride.

In August 2014, Wafer was convicted for second-degree murder, manslaughter and the use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.  Wafer has settled a lawsuit for wrongful death with Renisha McBride’s family.

Denise’s case is one that dispels the theories that only those on social media are targeted for harassment and/or defamation.  Denise was minding her own business.  A newspaper interviewed her because she was once acquainted with Ted Wafer.

Meanwhile, in November 2013, David Piercy reached out to Michigan media to promote his Justice for Ted Wafer Facebook page.  He appeared on camera.

Bringing up another layer supporting Ted Wafer was Vicki Pate, who apparently read Denise’s interview, and went on a doxing campaign to get Denise’s personal information.  Finding a docket for a…

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Twitter Class Action Lawsuits

We Hold These Truths To Be Self-Evident

TwitterIf you or someone you know is a resident of the State of California as of October 27, 2015, and had a Twitter account on or before November 2009, you might want to know the following.

Twitter has been sued, and agreed to settle a class action lawsuit alleging that it violated user’s privacy rights by disclosing the full names provided by users without warning. The lawsuit also alleges that Twitter shared users’ public tweets and public profile information with third parties without providing adequate disclosure, and by failing to adequately inform its users that their tweets would be public by default.

The class action lawsuit was filed by a former Twitter user who opened an account in September 2009. The plaintiff, known as Jane Doe, alleges breach of contract, invasion of privacy, wrongful publication of private facts, intentional misrepresentation, negligent misrepresentation, negligence, misappropriate, and violation of the Consumer Legal…

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