The Social Media Age has created a world of profound interconnectivity and interpersonal discourse has never been easier. Along with this ease, however, is the vast potential for the abuse of the its limitless, inherently-anonymous channels of communication.
Our attorneys are litigators experienced not only with the nuances of state-based tort actions, but also with overlooked procedural vehicles by which one can obtain information necessary to identify perpetrators of disparaging and reputationally-damaging anonymous online activity.
To these ends, we have worked with, and elicited information from, Google, Facebook, Yahoo!, LinkedIn, Cheaterville.com, PissedConsumer.com, Comcast, AT&T, NameCheap, GMX, Topix, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, America Online, Crown Bank, Veloxinet, New Wave Communications, Service Provider Corporation, Loyola University of Chicago, Illinois Century Network, Road Runner Holding Company, and the University of Colorado, among other organizations.
Defamation? Dissemination of private photographs? Precisely how Anonomore may help you will depend on a variety of factors. At no cost and with no overriding obligation, you can speak with one of our attorneys to discuss your situation and what we might be able to accomplish for you.Read more
Strong federal legislation - the Communications Decency Act, Stored Communications Act, etc. - generally insulates websites from liability due to third-party communications and prohibits them from disclosing content. However, legal tools exist by which non-content information - often identifying information - may be uncovered.Read more
Websites generally have no obligation to remove defamatory or offensive content, and courts are loath to compel them to do so. Once discovered, the anonymous perpetrator must be coerced to remove his objectionable statements, one way or another.Read more
This is an example page of an Illinois discovery tool we have used, in part, to determine the identity of anonymous internet tortfeasors.Read more