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lilie

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Theres this other board that I visit because I really like one of the guys there. It's a much smaller board than this one and unfortunately one of the girls there ( a moderator) is a total BITCH. I try to stay away when she's on as much as possible but it seems that every single time that I post she comes on later and says unhelpful and bitchy things about whatever I've posted. I swear she gets a kick out of waiting til she sees me to say something to irritate me. But again I like the guy and correspond with him but she's just a bitch. She has power issues and loves to be mean and "kick people off of her board".

God I hate her

Lilie

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An update she just freaked out said I was committing defamation of character(basically because I didn't want to talk with HER ) then she told me she had my IP address and crap like that. I told her where to go, took off my profile, and that's that. I will really and truly miss the other person on that site but enough is enough.

Lilie

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Couple of things...

First of all, I'm pretty sure you can't identify someone's name and physical address based on IP address without doing something illegal to get it (i.e., hack into the user's internet service provider's system). But I'd be curious to know from some of our resident techies about this.

As for the defamation... oh please.

Here's some interesting stuff about defamation (and she wonders why people question her authority on just about any subject):

  • Truth is an absolute defense for any claims of defamation. ;)
  • Opinion is a defense is recognized in nearly every jurisdiction. If the person makes a statement of opinion rather than a statement of fact, defamation claims usually cannot be brought because opinions are inherently not falsifiable. Some jurisdictions have eliminated the distinction between fact and opinion, and allow any statements suggesting a factual basis to support a defamation claim.
  • An insulting statement that does not actually harm someone's reputation is prima facie not libelous.
  • Under United States law, libel generally requires five key elements. 1) The plaintiff must prove that the information was published, 2) the defendant was directly or indirectly identified, the remarks were defamatory towards the plaintiff's reputation, the published information is false, and that the defendant is at fault.

Try not to let her get to you.

~Sunshine

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