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Re: Why would a professional organizer threaten Filmtracks?
• Posted by: Mike Jacobs
• Date: Monday, January 18, 2010, at 3:15 p.m.
• IP Address: pool-72-64-247-87.tampfl.fios.verizon.net
• In Response to: Re: Why would a professional organizer threate... (John)

> Mike, I'm not saying that the woman is a genius. In fact I'm not
> advocating for her at all. I'm only speculating that Clemmensen is
> struggling to keep Filmtracks going in this very tough economy and he
> doesn't have time to deal with some aloof former lover who obviously looks
> upon him with a lot of suspicion because she knows that he thoroughly
> dislikes her. The legal aspect doesn't really matter when you have two
> people who clearly have experienced a total communication breakdown.

No -- I don't buy that at all. The law is all that matters, and the law says that libel only applies when someone intentionally posts false or misleading information about you in order to defame you. That never happened to this woman at this site. People were talking about her, but it wasn't defamatory or factually wrong. Christian himself won't even mention her by name in public forums. She would have no legal case against him if I go ahead and post her name. Ariel Bowlby There, I said it. Ariel Bowlby. Oops, I did it again! Was that illegal? Of course not. Will I be struck by lightning and judged by God for using her name? Of course not. Does she have a right to get a lawyer and threaten Filmtracks with a suit because I mentioned her name in a neutral and factual context? Yeah, but she would lose and could be countersued for harassment and court costs. Everyone should stop being afraid of people who don't know what they are talking about.




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