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Re: Why would a professional organizer threaten Filmtracks?
• Posted by: Mike Jacobs
• Date: Wednesday, November 25, 2009, at 1:35 p.m.
• IP Address: pool-72-64-247-87.tampfl.fios.verizon.net
• In Response to: Why would a professional organizer threaten Fi... (ErikV)

> What? Why did a professional organizer have a beef with Filmtracks?

Because she is clueless. I remember reading the thread in question. It was in the Star Wars Episode 3 section. There was no libel in that thread at all. There was a list of things you should not post about at Filmtracks and she was one of them. Teenage girls got into a debate about it and that was mostly it. Some idiot had posted something rude about her but Christian had already deleted it long ago.

For someone to have a libel case against Filmtracks because their name appears on the website, they would have to prove that the name was put there intentionally to mislead people with false information about them. You can't just sue a website for libel because you don't like the fact that someone posted your name on it with no purposeful positive or negative context. Christian can damn well post a list of the words and names not allowed at the site and if your name is on it, too bad. He doesn't have to give a reason and you can't sue him for putting your name in a public restriction list.

Christian should stand up to people like this woman and not give in under empty legal threats.




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