If someone has posted content on social media that is damaging to your character and causes reputational harm, you may be feeling vulnerable and helpless. Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Linkedin, and Reddit allow anyone to instantly post messages that can be seen by all of your friends, family, and co-workers, along with millions of strangers. This democratization of mass communication certainly has its benefits, but it can also unfairly torment victims of online defamation, bullying, and other abuse. Someone with a personal vendetta against you may have tweeted a false story about you, written a scathing review… ( Read Full Article… )
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