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  • Adult website lawyers

    Adult website lawyers

    Legal advice on setting up adult websites

    Setting up an adult website in a safe and compliant way, will secure your legal position and the longevity of your website. Whichever model you choose for your adult website, you are  required to ensure that you comply with the law and that models, performers and users are aware of a clear legal position of their rights and obligations.

    Our lawyers have written systems, processes and policies for scores of many varieties of adult websites and are currently representing adult website operators, who wish to operate in a secure and safe environment.

    Before setting up your adult website, ensure that you take legal advice, to understand the legal, practical and operational sides of your project and to keep you and those who are working for you and with you safe and secure.

  • Breach of privacy

    Breach of privacy

    Breach of privacy that happens online might relate to information which is true or untrue. Cases of breach of privacy this firm has dealt with (and most likely is dealing with as you read) include breach of privacy in relation to information about one's sexual preferences, family life, alleged affairs, alleged political preferences, alleged conduct or behaviour in private, alleged information, which had been passed on and alleged background. If, for whatever reason you feel uncomfortable about information which is either already published or which is about to be published, this is most likely because the information is private in nature. Breach of privacy is the favourite activity of tabloid journalists who thrive on sansationalism. It is also one of the favourite ways of venting frustration by angry and disgruntled lovers or by jealous competitors. If publication of your private information makes you feel uncomfortable, it means that the matter involves breach of privacy, which means we can stop the publication. We know this because many clients of this firm are private individuals who happened to be associated with people who are in the public eye. Just because you are associated with someone who is in the public eye does not mean you should be subjected to breach of privacy. In fact, we can stop publication of an article which mutations you, even if you are not the main character in the story. Because this firm is so niche, we are trusted by individuals who often hesitate to turn to one of the main-steam law firm. We operate a tight ship with confidentiality regime which is founded on military principles. We act fast and to the point and do this all heartedly. Call Yair Cohen on 0207 183 413 or send a message to helpoine(at)

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  • Cyberbullying lawyer

    Cyberbullying lawyer Yair Cohen together with Robert Bourns, the Law Society President

    If you are looking for cyberbullying lawyers to help you stop ongoing bullying online, you can rest assured that you have arrived at the right place. Cohen Davis solicitors are one of the country’s most experienced online harassment and cyberbullying law firms.

    Our dedicated lawyers have dealt with dozens of highly challenging cases of online harassment and cyberbullying and Yair Cohen, the firm’s owner is also the author of the book The Net is Closing; Birth of the E-police, a book which describes Yair’s long standing work with victims of cyberbullying and online harassment as well as with the police and other government agencies to achieve many of the successful outcomes he and the firm have delivered on behalf of victims of cyberbullying harassment.

    If you are a victim of ongoing online harassment or cyberbullying, or you are a parent or a career of one, you can speak to Yair Cohen or to one of our other online harassment lawyers today by calling 0207 183 4123.

  • Defamation against a business

    Defamation against a business on internet forums, blogs and other social media could very easily slip out of control and turn a business’ reputation from brilliant to poor. Typically, a single customer or a former employee will post defamation against a business they had engaged with to create the false impression of general customer’s dissatisfaction. Often this type of action becomes self- fulfilling prophecy. Real or potential customers become influenced by the negativity they read about the business online and they respond by either moving away from the company or by not engaging with it in the first place.

    Before responding to a negative review or to online defamation against your business, remember that once you post a statement online, you might never be able to take it back. Always consider the impact of any statement you volunteer to the online community on your business’ long term reputation. Decisions concerning a response to online defamation against a business should be strategic and account for the likely consequences of each action or inaction.

    We believe that most UK business owners are great people who work relentlessly to cement their good reputation among their customers. Defamation against a business, large or small could undo years of hard work. As a business owner, you have a choice to either respond to online defamation against your business, ignore it or pursue a hard line and have it removed from the internet altogether.

    Before deciding what to do, just consider what message you wish to send out to your consumers, investors and to your employees. Is it in your business best interest to publicly respond to the defamation or perhaps your company’s long term interest will be better served by taking a tougher, uncompromising approach? This is a hard choice, we know. A real gamble on the future of your business’ reputation. It therefore makes sense to call us, free, on 0800 612 7211 because it is likely that we have already dealt with a similar case to yours at least once in the past 20 years.

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  • Defamation claim against the police

    A defamation claim against the police is often coupled with claims for breach of privacy and misuse of private information. The reason for this is that in most cases, police investigations are private matters in the sense that the individual questioned or investigated is considered innocent until proven guilty.

    The fact that an individual is being named as a suspect, formally or informally, could give rise to a defamation claim against the police, should the investigation result with no further action taken against the suspect. In high profile cases, which attract a degree of media attention, it is inevitable that as a result of the publication of the suspect’s arrest, the media will take steps that are likely to infringe the suspect’s right to private life.

    For example, if the media publishes the suspect’s name or if the suspect is being chased by the press or being followed by paparazzi, the result is likely to be an infringement of the suspect’s right to public life as well as harming the suspect’s good reputation.

    If it can be shown, on balance of probabilities, that the details of the suspect’s arrest were leaked by the police, then a potential claim could arise against the police for defamation, breach of privacy and misuse of private information and such claim may result in the police having to pay substantial damages to the innocent suspect.

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    If you suffer from harassment online, and want to put a stop to it, please obtain professional legal advice. Call us right now on 0207 183 4123. Your call will be answered by our super friendly legal support team who will assist you in whichever way they can.

  • Defamation lawyer in England

    Defamation lawyer in England

    If you are looking for a law firm in England that specialises in defamation law, you have certainly arrived at the right place.

    Cohen Davis is a law firm, based in London, England that specialises in defamation law and particularly online defamation. The main reason why we are instructed by clients from the USA to handle aspects of their defamation claim which is linked to England or to English law is our fast growing links with a number of high profile USA based defamation attorneys with whom we have established close co-operation through our membership of the Internet Law Leadership Summit and our regular work in defamation and internet law cross jurisdictional matters.

    So if you are looking for a defamation lawyer in England whom your local USA attorney can peacefully recommend, Cohen Davis is the right law firm for you.

    Call us today to speak to our super friendly lawyers. They have all been involved in defamation cases involving more than one jurisdiction and most would have already worked with a USA attorney on a number of defamation law cases where the advice, support and knowledge of a London based defamation lawyer was needed in order to secure successful outcomes. Our telephone number is +(44) 207 183 4123 and our email address is Helpline(at)

  • Defamation on Twitter

    Defamation on Twitter is one of the most common forms of defamation this firm is currently dealing with. Twitter defamation happens when the tweeter posts either an original tweet, posts over Twitter a link to other defamatory material, often a blog post, or when the tweeter retweets a tweet which was originally posted by a third party and which they had or had not been aware was defamatory.

    Although some of the most popular examples of Twitter defamation are those involving celebrities, business people and even companies can become the subject of defamatory posts on Twitter more often than most people think.

    In 2013, this firm brought a defamation case at the High Court in relation to defamatory allegations which were made by a shareholder against a PLC. The shareholder, Gary Carp posted allegations against the Chairman of Red Rock Resources on shareholders' discussion forums and then used Twitter to send shareholders links to his original allegations. He also made fresh allegations in separate tweets.

    Despite only having numerous Twitter followers, most of the claim against Mr Carp centred on his defamatory activity on Twitter. Since the Red Rock Resources case, there had been dozens of other cases involving defamation on Twitter.

    Nearly all of the cases ended with a successful outcome the Claimant, occasionally due to a misguided belief by the tweeter that either their activity was not defamatory or that they will never get caught, having used a pseudonym or a false identity.

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  • Delete fake Facebook Page

    A Fake Facebook Page is likely to cause companies substantial headache.

    First, Fake Facebook Pages usually are created by disgruntled customers who go on a campaign with a single purpose of ruining the company’s reputation. They would often publish the Fake Facebook Page to make it look as a legitimate consumer Page, inviting other Facebook users to post about their own experience with the organisation.

    Getting Facebook to delete or remove a Fake Facebook Page is often challenging and could be time consuming. Facebook is difficult for most people to get hold of which means the suffering business may find itself having to spend weeks and even months before either having the Fake Facebook Page deleted or having to give up.

    There are various methods to persuade Facebook to delete a Fake Facebook Page, particularly if the business affected is located in the UK. Our team has held dozens of UK businesses, large and small, to have fake Facebook Pages deleted from the internet. Feel free to explore this topic here or if the matter is urgent for you to resolve, call us free today. Speak with an expert lawyer who will for sure know how to go about resolving the matter to ensure the fake Facebook Page about your company is deleted by Facebook without further delay. 

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  • EU Privacy Lawyer

    Cohen Davis is a leading EU privacy law firm advising clients from the United Kingdom, the United States and Australia on European privacy law. Our privacy law lawyers provide specialist Counsel advice on privacy law in legal documents, drafting privacy law contracts and agreement and providing support to UK and USA law firms in relation to EU privacy law matters concerning their clients. We help companies comply with EU privacy law obligations and to individual enforce their rights under European and UK privacy laws.
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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.

    Getting disclosure from GoogleAfter 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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  • Harassment solicitor

    Harassment solicitor

    If you are looking for an harassment lawyer to successfully fight a challenging case for you, read on.  Online harassment takes many forms and can go on for as long as the harasser wishes the harassment to go for, unless they are stopped. Our online harassment solicitors specialise in identifying online harassers, terminating their online harassment campaign and finally bringing them to justice.

    Nothing gives us more pleasure than experiencing the moment where a client we look after receives his or her long awaited apology from their online harasser or internet troll, often together with a sum of money in damages and a long term injunction. Our harassment solicitors and the entire support staff are absolutely passionate about pursuing online harassers and internet trolls all the way to the courts, both the civil and the criminal courts. If you are unsure whether you are being harassed online, please call us right now.

    Our harassment solicitors are highly experienced in handling online harassment mattes and will be very helpful and understanding, and this is a promise. There are some reported case studies on this website containing examples of how our harassment solicitors brought to a successful end long term online harassment campaigns but the vast majority of the cases we handle are never reported because upon our clients' request we are able to anonymise them completely within any legal proceedings.

    Examples of reported cases of online harassment that our lawyers have handled can be found here: Law Society GazetteEvening Standard and The Guardian.

    If you suffer from harassment online, and want to put a stop to it, please obtain professional legal advice. Call us right now on 0207 183 4123. Your call will be answered by our super friendly legal support team who will assist you in whichever way they can.

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  • How to remove defamatory statement from Google

    How to remove defamatory statements from Google

    The law in the UK provides various methods and techniques to help you remove defamatory statements from Google searches. The law of libel defamation is the most obvious one, but it has its own limitations.

    The most common limitation on using defamation law to remove defamatory statements from Google is the limitation prior.

    The limitation period says that in most cases, you must commence legal proceedings for defamation within 12 months of the defamatory post being published.

    Other legal methods to remove defamatory statements from Google include using harassment law, where the limitation period is much longer.

    Often defamatory statements also have harassment elements to them. The courts, however, are reluctant to allow claimants to use harassment law just in order to bypass the limitation period of defamation.

    Another method, which is very helpful if you wish to remove defamatory statements from Google, is to use data protection law. Data protection law can help you remove defamatory statements form Google but also from the source of the information.

    With data protection law, the statement in relation to you only needs to be inaccurate or incorrect for it to be capable of being removed from Google search results, which is much easier to show than under defamation law, where the statement must be substantially false.

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  • Internet harassment legal advice

    Our harassment solicitors specialise in harassment cases which are particularly challenging. Details of many of the harassment cases that our lawyers have been involved in, will never be published, for obvious reasons. When they do get published, often we make sure that the court anonymises our client’s name and other details from which our client could be identified.

    Below is a selection of harassment case that our team of harassment lawyers has brought on behalf of our clients. Many of the cases are of at least some notoriety because either the circumstances of the harassment were as such that never seen by the courts before, or because we needed the judges to create a precedent due to the unique nature of the harassment that our client was facing.

  • Internet Law

    Cohen Davis is the first Internet Law legal firm in the UK. Founded as a niche practice by Yair Cohen, the focus of the firm is on Internet Law related cases, and particularly on cases which are highly challenging in terms of either evidence or fact related complexity. Internet Law is a term, which describes different traditional laws and their unique application to the internet.

    Often, this will include, harassment law, defamation law, personal injury law, criminal law (both defence and prosecution), trademark law, privacy law, breach of data and data protection law and other areas of law which have a bearing on how we use the internet.

    Traditionally, in the UK, Internet Law has not been recognised as a separate category of law by the Law Society but it is hoped that in the future, Internet Law will receive the recognition it deserves, particularly as it touches almost every individual in the UK on a daily basis.

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  • Internet trolling solicitor

    We provide legal help for people from all walks of life with these serious online trolling matters and many people have suffered for many years and were at their wit's end because their cases were too complex for others, before finding us. Undeterred by, and experienced with large and complex cases, that may involve the removal of thousands of unbreakable chains of harassing trolling web pages or the obtaining of injunctions via social media, Cohen Davis will do what they need to do to help you move on with your life. We also work with the top internet lawyers in the US, so this allows for swift assistance, if necessary. We know what to do and you will feel fortified when you call us: 0800-612-7211.
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  • Legal liability of website operators in the UK

    Let us help you to smoothly manage your online forum by removing any worries about the legal stuff

    The most practical way for you, as an operator of a website or an internet forum in the UK, to protect your position is to know what your rights and obligations are. Yes, there is plenty of information on the internet which you can read but much of it (we are told by our clients) is either too general or too detailed for you to be sure of your true legal position.

    To keep things simple but safe we invite you to call us today and to speak with an expert internet lawyer in a consultation dedicated to you and to your business. There are only 3 or 4 law firms in the UK which genuinely specialises in internet law and which are able to offer you a long term relationship of trust coupled with outstanding legal advice and support. As an operator of an online forum or a review website you are likely to need to have a good understanding of your rights and obligations in relation to defamation, data protection and privacy laws. You are likely to benefit from advice on drafting the most appropriate legal documents for your website, which include privacy policies, website terms and conditions and often users’ agreements and a code of conduct for your forum.

    We will, as a matter of course, advise you on trademarks for your online business and will carry out international trademark searches to ensure you are safe. We will check if you are compliant with data protection laws and particularly where your users’ data is stored and whether this is compliant with EU data protection laws. We will further advise you on defamation, privacy and other legal issues which you are likely to encounter as an operator of an online forum or a review website. Most importantly however, once we speak with you in a consultation and have an understanding of your business and your passions, you will establish a relationship with us which means we will always be there to help and support you on short notice.

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  • Online review defamation

    If you operate a business, any business, you are almost certainly susceptible to defamatory online reviews. Our  extensive experience shows that defamation on online reviews comes to most hard working business owners like a bolt from the blue. At first, too many business owners consider defamatory online reviews as nuisance until the negative reviews begin to bite into reputation and profit.

    We probably know more than any other law firm in the UK about defamation on online reviews and we have, over the years, developed a number of creative and effective ways to help hundreds of UK business owners win over those who post defamation about them on online reviews.

  • Online Trolling

    Online trolling, in all its variations, is one of the most pervasive forms of online harassment and many of our clients in the public eye and/or use social media accounts for their career have been the targets of these widespread inflammatory, hate-filled trolling campaigns of harassment. Cohen Davis are here to help: 0800 612 7211. We are passionate about assisting targets of online trolling, with getting their freedom back and you will feel this, when you call us.
  • Online trolling legal help

    If you are in the public eye, you may feel that you do not want to feed the trolls and draw attention to your online trolling experience and give the trolls what they are seeking. You may also feel that you need legal help, despite this advice but may be worried about exposure, or a legal case being too convoluted and attract unwanted attention. There are many reasons why targets of online trolling do not seek legal help but you may want to. Call us, confidentially on 0800 612 7211. We will work quickly, with privacy protection and obtain anonymity orders for you.
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    Privacy injunction

    How to obtain a privacy injunction.

    If you need to obtain a privacy injunction quickly, we will certainly be able to help. Cohen Davis solicitors regularly obtain privacy injunctions in cases and circumstances where a privacy injunction has never been granted before. We have acted in a number of landmark cases as solicitors for the claimant where our clients obtained privacy injunctions which aimed to protect them and members of their family from unwanted publicity. Many of these privacy injunctions relate to publications on the internet and often they are granted together with an anonymity order to protect the identity of our client.

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  • Remove a criminal record from the internet

    Remove criminal record from the internet

    How to remove a criminal record from the internet

    Criminal convictions that appear on the internet are often hugely detrimental to anyone who tries to get their life back on track after being convicted by a court of any offence. Naturally, the more serious the conviction is, the more you would want publications of it to go away, particularly if you are entitled to be rehabilitated by law.

    We have some of the most experienced solicitors in the UK who have removed thousands of criminal records from the internet on behalf of their clients. Our solicitors have a combined experience, larger than any other law firm in the world, in making successful criminal record removal applications to Google and to other internet search engines, as well as to newspaper publishers and to website operators all over the world.

    If you have a criminal record that is still public, no matter how old you are or how long the criminal record has been published on the internet, and if you are serious about having it removed from the internet, read the articles on this website or call our super friendly lawyers for initial legal advice. 

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    If you or your company are the target of defamatory online publications, read on because our defamation solicitors are likely to have come across a similar defamation removal case to yours already, which they would have cracked for another victim.

    Our defamation solicitors have successfully removed defamation from hundreds of websites across the world and have excellent relationships with defamation lawyers in the USA, Canada, Australia and Europe, which means we often achieve speedy and cost effective outcomes for our clients.

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    How to Remove False, Defamatory Glassdoor Reviews

    Recently has intensified its presence in the UK. is now a major review website for companies that are located in the UK. In the USA Glasdoor is following its Community Guidelines which states the importance of giving everyone a right to express their opinion “without fear of retribution.” This commitment is often demonstrated by Glassdoor aggressively defending the rights of its registered users to uphold anonymity, often making it difficult to challenge Glassdoor reviews as defamatory through the courts. Despite this, we are able to obtain disclosure orders and removal of reviews from through either negotiation with Glassdoor legal counsel or through litigation.{loadmodule mod_custom,Marketing and online reputation}

    In most cases we are able to facilitate removal of Glassdoor reviews from directly from our London, UK office but occasionally we work together with our associated attorneys in California who conduct local litigation on behalf of our clients as necessary. There is yet to be a case recorded were Glassdoor submit to the jurisdiction of the High Court in England. So far Glassdoor counsel has managed to avoid direct litigation in the UK. Despite this, we are able to domesticate most court orders against, such as third party disclosure orders, (commonly known as NPO) in San Francisco California, whereby converting High Court disclosure orders into valid, local subpoenas.

    Be aware that as an affected businesses, once you create a user account with, Glassdoor will claim that you have committed yourself (by virtue of their terms and conditions) to conducting all legal proceedings in accordance with the law of California. This could limit your options of having defamatory reviews removed from through the English courts and Glassdoor may force you to litigate at their home ground.

    Generally speaking, dealing with a false review on is more challenging than some other websites. To maximise the likelihood of success, we strongly advise that you speak to either a specialist attorney in the USA (we will be happy to recomend one of our trusted associates) or to one of our specialist defamatory lawyers here in the UK before you create an account or post a reply to a review on

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  • Remove my name from Google.

    There are different ways by which you can remove your name from Google search results. If you want to remove your name from Google because search results that Google presents are defamatory, you can either do this by applying defamation law, privacy law or data protection law.

    If the information that Google presents about you is not defamatory but is private or perhaps is not private but you have decided that you are no longer wishing for it to be presented to the world via Google searches, you can in most cases use European data protection and privacy laws to have the information removed from Google searches.

    If the information that you wish to remove includes images or videos, which perhaps in the past you were happy for Google to present but now you feel slightly uncomfortable with, you can utilise data protection law, privacy law and copyright law to force Google to remove the unwanted images and/or videos from searches or apply these laws towards the operator of each of the relevant websites.

    Whatever the reason is for your wish to have your name removed from Google, you have certainly come to the right place for helpful advice.

    The Internet Law Centre and Cohen Davis solicitors are the UK experts in facilitating removal of unwanted data from the internet. Brows our website for information and for case studies similar to yours and contact us by email or a free call. You can also  search thousands of articles on intenret law to help you decide on your next step orClick HERE to Call Free for immediate help! 0800 612 7211.

  • Remove news articles from Google

    Newspapers have a right to publish certain information about you even if the information turns out to be untrue. For example, if you had been charged with a criminal offence and then prosecuted, news reporters have a right to report from legal proceedings as long as the reporting is fair and accurate. The problem starts in cases where a reporter sits in court and then write an article about the serious allegations that a witness had made against the defendant.

    The newspaper then publishes a report from the legal proceedings about the evidence that was given against the defendant. Say the following day, the reporter does not turn up to court when the evidence of the same witness is discredited. A few days later, the defendant is found not guilty, or the trial collapses due to the now discredited evidence of the witness against him.Because the journalist is not in court, this isn’t being reported by the newspaper. The consequence for the defendant, who has now been found not guilty is that the allegations against him, as given by the false witness and reported by the press, is still published on the internet, on the online version of the newspaper.

    Even though the reported allegations have been proven false, the newspaper editor refuses to delete the online news article. This leaves the innocent victim of the false allegations in a difficult situation. To the rest of his life he will be subjected to publication of false allegations against him without being able to take legal action for defamation against the newspaper or against the witness who gave false evidence.

    The newspaper is protected by the fair reporting from legal proceedings defence whilst the discredited witness is protected by the fact that their false statement was made during legal proceedings. By law, both of them have a good defence to a claim of defamation. The only option left for the victim of the false allegations is to ask Google to de-list the news articles from its internet searches.

    Google, however, often think that it is above the law. When the allegations are serious, particularly involving sex offending, Google tends to treat applicants of a right to be forgotten request with contempt. Google, without good reason refuses to delist certain news articles about criminal proceedings from search results. This is where the victim needs to come and speak to us!

  • Remove porn videos from the internet

    If you are serious about taking steps to remove porn videos from the internet regardless of how many of them are out there, call us now! We have experienced lawyers and an award winning dedicated legal and technical team who will do their utmost to help you achieve your goal.

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  • Remove private information from the internet.

    There are different ways by which you can remove private information from the internet. Private information could be information that you placed yourself on the internet but which you no longer wish to remain online. Private information is also information or data that was placed on the internet by others.

    It could be your address, your date of birth, names of members of your family and other information, which if processed in a certain way, could be considered as private. Private information that you can remove from the internet may also include images and videos showing your face or body, whether posted by you or by others.

    You can remove private information from the internet by using privacy law, data protection law, copyright law and sometimes even defamation law. Often, however, a well written letter to the operator of the website which hosts your private information would do. If you are a retiring celebrity or used to be a model or an adult entertainer, it is likely that there is large amount of private information about you on the internet.

    In some cases, this may include hundreds and even thousands of articles, images and videos, which perhaps earlier in your life you were happy to remain online but now you consider private and wish to remove from the internet. Maybe because you started a family or a different job, images or other private information that you were previously happy to see on the internet is no longer to your liking. In this case, it might take some time to remove all your private information from the internet, and in some cases, up to one year.

    But this should not deter you because you have now arrived at the right place, perhaps the only place in the UK where there is help available. You will be pleased to hear that we have already assisted individuals exactly like you in systematically removing private information from the internet. Brows our website for case studies, testimonials and plenty of free advice and call us free on 0800 612 7211so that you can speak with one of our lawyers who will be delighted to advise you and give you the legal support you need.

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  • Right to be forgotten criminal record

    There are at least three different routes to help you remove criminal record from the internet or at least from Google search results. Most of those who wish to remove links to a criminal record from Google searches are aware of the right to be forgotten application but often are unaware of a much quicker, and more reliable method to persuade Google to remove references to old criminal convictions from search results.

    We often advise clients, who are in a bit of a rush, to pursue Google through a s10 Data Protection Notice instead of via a right to be forgotten application. Understandably, Google has given the right to be forgotten a relatively narrow interpretation, which just about complies with the famous Google Spain case which resulted in the creation of the concept of a right to be forgotten.

    Under s10, however, Google’s obligations are much more stringent which means Google is unable to take a narrow approach in relation to those. To find out more about the quickest route to have past criminal convictions and a criminal record removed from the internet, whether under a right to be forgotten or by a different method, browse this section of our website or call us free on 0800 612 7211.

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    Right to be forgotten

    Many people feel lost and unsure about making a request under a right to be forgotten. We have therefore established a dedicated team of lawyers who give right to to be forgotten help, support and legal advice to anyone who needs it. If you are looking to make a right to be forgotten submission, you should contact our team. We are the only law firm in the UK with a dedicated team that specialises exclusively in making successful right to be forgotten applications. Often a right to be forgotten application forms the basis of a subsequent appeal to the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) or even to a GDPR claim against Google.

    The ICO is far more likely to overturn Google refusal to allow a right to be forgotten application than most people realise. Our experience is that an average of around 92% of right to be forgotten applications that our firm submits on behalf of our clients are successful, either with Google or upon appeal. This include right to be forgotten applications that end up being appealed to the ICO.

    Successful right to be forgotten applications that we have recently submitted and have been successful with, include applications on behalf of individuals who had been convicted of criminal offences and of teachers who had been subject to teacher misconduct disciplinary procedure by National College for Teaching and Leadership, including teachers who had been subject to suspension which had in the meantime expired.

    We are generally highly successful in submitting right to be forgotten applications in relation to individuals who had been investigated, charged and tried by criminal courts and who had been found not guilty by the jury. See right to be forgotten examples

    Right to be forgotten applications that fall under this category include applications on behalf of celebrities and other individuals who are in the public eye or whose cases attracted media attention for various reasons.

    When submitting a right to be forgotten application to remove news article from Google relation to a newspaper article that is published online, you must take into consideration the possibility that Google will inform the publishes, particularly mainstream news publishers, of your application.

    You must be ready for this eventuality and object to a potential additional reporting by the paper. 

    Our supper friendly and highly knowledgeable lawyers are happy to help and answer any right to be forgotten questions that you might have. Call us for a chat and for further advice on how to complete a successful right to be forgotten application.

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    Our social media litigation lawyers prepare trial strategies from the very first day we are instructed on a case, which often helps us resolve matters very swiftly. Our social media litigation lawyers conduct cases both in the UK and in the USA and work together with some of the very best USA attorneys.

    We issue and serve injunctions and subpoenas quicker than our client can often imagine is possible and our social media litigation lawyers regularly deal with lawyers of Facebook, Google and Twitter ensuring a smooth and fast delivery of fantastic results for our clients.

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    If you have been a victim of defamation by the police, before taking legal action against the relevant police force, you will need to consider the following important point:

    In the UK, there is a defence for action for defamation which is called “Absolute privilege”.

    Absolute privilege is effectively a public policy defence which is designed to protect defamatory allegations made in certain situations, for example, statements made in court during or as part of legal proceedings; fair and accurate contemporaneous reports of such proceedings by the press and statements made, and documents created, in the course of a police criminal investigation.

    However, not every document or statement which is created during a police criminal investigation is also protected by the defence of absolute privilege.

    A classic example of a case where the defence did not apply was the recent case of Selvaratnam Suresh, who sued the Met Police for defamation.

    Mr Suresh, who was represented by Cohen Davis Solicitors on a no win no fee basis, sued the police for defamation in relation to an email which was sent by one if its police officers.

    The police initially claimed that the email was protected by the defence of absolute privilege, which provides for immunity from a defamation suit in respect of a statement which can fairly be said to be part of the process of investigating a crime.

    However, whilst the defence of absolute privilege protects statements which can fairly be said to be part of the process of investigating a crime or possible crime, the email sent by the police officer to members of the public and to public officials was no such statement.

    The email made inaccurate statements about the evidence against Mr Suresh, and wrongly advocated for steps to be taken against him by the Charity Commission, such as his removal from his position as a trustee. The mere fact that the police officer made reference to his investigation does not mean that the email formed part of the process.

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    We always have a training contract vacancy available for a quality candidate. We are accepting applications for training contracts on an ongoing basis. A training contract with Cohen Davis solicitors can last between 2 years, for a trainee solicitor who have already passed the LPC, to 5 years for those who wish to train with us and undertake the LPC at the same time.

    We will also consider sponsoring the LPC for the right training contract applicant. Other than applications for training contracts we consider applications for positions of paralegal regardless of whether you already have a law degree. If you believe that you have what it takes to pursue a career with a niche law firm that specialises in internet law, please refer to the section of our website that explains more about applying for a training contract

  • Trolled on Twitter legal advice

    Being trolled on twitter by internet trolls could be hugely frightening and devastating for anyone, let alone for someone who is in the public eye

    Our social media and harassment lawyers offer our clients who are being trolled on twitter, legal advice which in nearly all the cases makes the trolls go away forevermore.

    The legal advice our lawyers give is based on long term experience and it always takes into consideration factors such as PR, reputation management, legal probabilities and above all, the well-being of our client.

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    Cohen Davis are leading the way as a dedicated internet law firm that specialises in all internet law related issues and that includes online trolling, online abuse, defamation, breach of privacy, impersonation, hate speech and any harassment that is social media and internet related. You will know that you have called the right law firm when you talk to us. 0800-612-7211.
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  • US Internet Law Attorney

    If you are looking for a US internet lawyer or an internet law attorney to help you obtain a court order, a disclosure order, a subpoena or an injunction against a USA based website, then we fully sympathise with your natural worries and concerns. We know that for most individuals who, like yourself, have had little dealings with lawyers, finding and actually instructing a new lawyer, particularly in a relatively unfamiliar area of law and in another country, is nerve-racking and even frightening.

    It’s not only the costs we are worried about for you, it is the quality of the work that you must not risk. Internet law is now the fastest growing area of law in the USA, which means a growing number of attorneys are jumping on the internet law bandwagon, making a risky, treacherous and a highly-complicated branch of the law very dangerous to their unsuspecting clients.

    The damage that a well intending yet naïve US (or UK) attorney may cause your internet law case and to you personally, by misapplying the law or by misinterpreting a particular situation or by responding or initiating communication or proceedings inappropriately, is often irreversible. This is precisely the most common cause of the Streisand Effect, which is an unintended consequence of publicising more widely the very same information you are trying to remove from the internet.

    If you are looking for a US internet law attorney, then stop searching now and start relaxing because you have finally arrived at a place of safety. Our lawyers either know personally or have experience in dealing with or have referred clients to the very best and the most established US internet law attorneys and in almost every State in the US. We carry out work for their US clients here in the UK and they look after our UK based clients who seek internet law legal advice in the US.

    They get us subpoenas and disclosure orders from nearly every local court in the US and we do the same for them here, in England. We speak to our US internet law attorneys almost every day and we meet each one of them at least one or twice a year. If we don’t know a local US attorney in a particular US town, then we know someone who will recommend us one. We want our clients to be safe, to feel safe and most importantly to be in safe hands, here in the UK but also in the US because the internet is borderless and because we care.

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