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Getting disclosure from Google
Information about how to obtain a disclsoure order from Google
If you want to know how to get disclosure from Google about a Google user who uses Google Blogger, Google Plus, Google Maps or any other Google service to post defamation and/or harassing material about you or about your company on the internet, give us a call and we will help you.
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 relation to most Google services.
We work, together with Google's legal team, on agreed terms of disclosure orders, which are in most cases also accepted by the courts in the UK as fully compliant with the requirements of the law.
In most cases Google lawyers would agree to the terms of the disclosure orders as proposed by us and would nearly always disclose to our lawyers user's information in a speedy and helpful manner. Often the process of obtaining a disclosure order from Google results in the deletion and/or the removal of the offending posts from Google services and from the internet altogether.
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