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  • The damage to reputation and well-being as result of posts or threats of posts on social media, particularly on Twitter and Instagram is often impossible to quantify. If you have suffered damage to your reputation as a result of being defamed on Twitter, it likely that we can help you seek redress through defamation laws.

  • Cohen Davis has won in the case of Phipps v Britton an apology and substantial damages from a web developer and his company Origin Design Ltd after they defamed, harassed and cyberbullied our client in a series of websites they created about him. This was a case where the victim felt he had been blackmailed on the internet to settle a debt. The apology took the form of a statement in open court read before His Honour Judge Moloney QC on Wednesday 20 May

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  • What is the limitation period for online harassment cases?

    Although there are strict time limits set by law when it comes to issuing court proceedings under the Protection from Harassment Act 1997, where the claim must be filed within 6 years of the harassing act, an important consideration for anyone who is being harassed, particularly online, is to act expeditiously and without delay. Usually, in order to be

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  • Watch how harassment solicitor serves for the first time ever an harassment injunction against anonymous online user via the social media app Instagram 

    Harassment solicitor Yair Cohen represented the Claimant in the case. The Claimant had used the picture-sharing social media service Instagram for his PR business and for social networking. At one point the Claimant started to receive dozens

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