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Getting disclosure from Google

Getting disclosure from Google

How to obtain disclosure from Google

If you want to learn about how you might be able to obtain disclosure from Google about a Google user who uses any Google products to post defamation or harassing material about you or about your company on the internet, give us a call and we will help you.

What disclosure can you obtain from Google

How much does it cost to obtain a disclosure from Google

How much does it cost to obtain a disclosure order from Google in California

Does Google provide user’s information

What disclosure can you obtain from Google

You can obtain disclosure orders from Google in relation to users who use Google services such as Blogger, Google Plus, Google Maps and any other Google product or service. After nearly 10 years of obtaining disclosure orders against Google, we have pretty much streamlined our processes of obtaining a variety of disclosure orders in we can do this fairly quickly and cost effectively as well.

How much does it cost to obtain a disclosure from Google

We work together with Google's legal team, often on agreed terms for disclosure orders, which are in most cases also accepted by the courts in the UK as fully compliant with the requirements of the law. This means that in many cases, we can apply for a Google disclosure order without the need for the parties to attend court. This makes the entire process much more affordable for everyone.

The precise cost of obtaining a Google disclosure order would often depend on the nature of and the amount of the ground work that we need to do prior to applying for the court order. The important thing is to be both, cost efficient and successful, so we determine the cost of each disclosure order, in accordance with the relevant information. We usually obtain the information that we need, during the initial consultation.

How much does it cost to obtain a disclosure order from Google in California

Depending on the circumstances of the matter at hand, we might advise you that the best venue to apply for a disclosure order against Google is California.

Our associated attorneys in the California work on the same rate that we charge, so although the cost of obtaining a disclosure order from Google in California is sometimes slightly higher than the costs of a disclosure order in the UK, this isn't always the case and our associated attorneys will take care of you as good as we would.

Does Google provide user’s information

In nearly all cases, Google will provide identifying information about the users of Google services. In most cases Google’s lawyers would agree to the terms of a disclosure order as proposed by us, which means Google nearly always discloses to us users’ information in a speedy and helpful manner. Often the very process of obtaining a disclosure order from Google results in the deletion or the removal of the offending posts from Google services and from the internet altogether.

  • Delisting Professional Discipline from Google

    Delisting Professional Discipline from Google

    A right to be forgotten for lawyers, doctors and other professionals

    The concept of the right to be forgotten allows individuals to request the removal of their personal information from online platforms under certain circumstances. This includes data which refers to criminal convictions. However, a lingering question remains: can a professional person, such as a doctor, a lawyer or an accountant, have a ...

  • How to fight back against anonymous defamation

    How to fight back against anonymous defamation

    Anonymous Internet defamation: what to do

    The challenge of addressing online defamation is exacerbated when the perpetrator hides behind the veil of anonymity. However, with the evolving digital landscape, there are systematic measures and legal tools that can help unveil the identity of such defamers and protect the reputation of the aggrieved party. Here's an overview of what to do when confronted with anonymous internet defamation.

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  • Disclosure from US companies and website operators

    Disclosure from USA websites and companies

    How to obtain disclosure from a website operator if you live outside the United States

    Numerous strategies exist for obtaining disclosure from a website, online platform, or company based in the United States. It is difficult to find an attorney who is highly experienced in securing disclosure orders from the US at speed and in a cost-effective way.

  • Questions about Norwich Pharmacal Order

    Questions about Norwich Pharmacal Order

    All you need to know about Norwich Pharmacal Orders

    Norwich Pharmacal Orders are a legal mechanism used in the UK for obtaining information from a third party involved in wrongdoings or unlawful activities. This legal remedy, named after the landmark case of Norwich Pharmacal v Customs and Excise Commissioners, is widely used in various litigation cases, ranging from intellectual property disputes to cybercrime investigations. However, despite its frequent usage, the Norwich

  • Disclosure orders in financial crimes

    Disclosure orders in financial crimes

    How to find out the identity of online criminals

    Financial crimes online have become more prevalent and sophisticated with the rise of digital technology. Countless people have suffered losses at the hands of cybercriminals who operate anonymously, making it challenging to track them down.

    Norwich Pharmacal orders have been an instrumental tool in the legal system to assist people who have been victims of online financial crimes. This order compels third parties that

  • Affordable 28 U.S.C. § 1782(a) applications

    Affordable 28 U.S.C. § 1782(a) applications

    28 U.S.C. § 1782(a) applications are no longer just for the rich

    The process of gathering evidence in internet law international litigation can be a complex and costly task. One way to reduce the burden of cost is through the use of 28 U.S.C. § 1782(a), which allows parties in a foreign proceeding to obtain discovery in the United States.

    However, the costs associated with this process can often exceed the benefits, rendering it impractical for many parties. We are

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  • Disclosure Orders

    Disclosure Orders

    Website disclosure orders

    You can obtain disclosure from nearly any website operator and/or domain name registrar. Our firm specialises in obtaining disclosure orders from website operators and from domain registrars who operate from different jurisdictions. In nearly all cases, we have been successful in securing disclosure orders for our clients regardless of the location of the website, blog or social media platform.

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  • Advice on 28 U.S.C. § 1782(a) discovery applications

    Advice on 28 U.S.C. § 1782(a) discovery applications

    28 U.S.C. § 1782(a) made easy

    Given the global nature of the internet, there is a constant need for various court orders to be domesticated in foreign jurisdictions. Many social media companies, domain name registrars, servers and gaming platforms are located in the US. This makes obtaining disclosure by a non-US individual from those platforms a challenging task even for experienced lawyers.

  • The case of Mario Rogers - the porn headmaster

    Tracking down the identity of website operators

    How we exposed an abusive porn producer who sexually exploited London's Homeless Gay community 

  • Google disclosure request

    Google disclosure request

    A full guide to Google disclosure requests

  • How to remove online reviews from review websites

    How to remove online reviews from review websites

    How to remove online reviews from review websites outside the UK

  • Norwich Pharmacal Order

    Social media disclosure orders

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