22 Nov 2014

Defamation on the internet might land you in jail!

The Evening Standard reported today about Paul Britton, a web developer who used his SEO skills to defame a former client. The web developer pleaded guilty to harassing his own client by creating a derogatory website about him and was told by a Crown Court judge that he might go to jail when he gets back to court for his sentencing hearing.

Paul Britton, of Turnham Green Terrace Mews, Chiswick,…

Read article on Harassment injunction legal advice blog

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