Offensive and Defamatory Content

Offensive Content

Offensive is a subjective term and content will only be removed if it meets the following criteria:

1. Illegal activities: The site is being used to engage in cyber-stalking to harass, intimidate a private citizen with false accusations. The current US Federal Anti-Cyber-Stalking law is found at 47 USC sec. 223.

2. Impersonating others: The site was set up with the sole intention to harass, intimidate, cyber-stalk and falsely accuse one private citizen. The site claims to be part of a type of a legitimate abuse group, which it is not. The site attempts to mislead readers about the author's true identity, which is unacceptable per Blogger policy.

3. Spam: In recent years, the same content has been pasted multiple times across multiple websites in an effort to spam the harassing, intimidating, false, hateful message. The hosted content is the sole remaining in the campaign of harassment.

What is defamation?[1]

Defamation is a false and unprivileged statement of fact that is harmful to someone's reputation, and published "with fault," meaning as a result of negligence or malice. State laws often define defamation in specific ways. Libel is a written defamation; slander is a spoken defamation.

We do not remove allegedly defamatory content from any U.S. dot com domains.

US domain sites such as connaretech.com, or any other dot com domain that is on our network, are run in compliance with U.S. law. Given this fact, and pursuant to Section 230(c) of the Communications Decency Act, we do not remove allegedly defamatory material from U.S. domains. We will remove material if the material has been found to be defamatory by a court, as evidenced by a court order.

The language of Section 230(c) of the Communications Decency Act fundamentally states that Internet services like Connare Tech's Web Hosting and many of Connare Tech’s other services are republishers and not the publisher of that content. Therefore, these sites are not held liable for any allegedly defamatory, offensive or harassing content published on the site.

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