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We ask to delete some post we think are offensive for our client

  1. We are from the Press and broadcasting Office of Tony Kamo, and we are working on clean the image of our client on the web, and particularly this article → http://paularincones.wordpress.com/2009/05/22/tony-kamo-y-yo/#comment- and this → http://tuopinonesimportante.wordpress.com/2010/08/16/tony-kamo-discipulo-de-ramoncin/ are offensive and defamatory to his work and professional image. We ask formally to delete this post in a first kind way.
    You can contact me at info@ernestomonteiro
    For any communication by way of certifying the information here I detail you can communicate with the official website http://www.tonykamo.com and the e.mail is [email redacted]
    Thanks in advance.

    Ernesto Monteiro
    Prensa y Difusión
    [email redacted]
    Blog url: http://prensacold.wordpress.com/

  2. The likelihood of getting WordPress to censor a blog is right next to impossible. Contact the blogger directly or, if they refuse, hire a lawyer.

  3. Thanks for your reply johnnytesting .. I know this is next to impossible but we're just trying to avoid legal actions. With this particularly two cases, they don't have any way to contact them, like personal information or e-mail.
    How can I know or contact the person behind those blogs?

    Thanks in advance and sorry for my english mistakes, we're from Argentina.

  4. For the record, the OP want to "clean the image" of this person:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcIQioHA42w
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISOdw-BzUOE
    Do they really think a blogger doesn't have the right to write negatively about the "work and professional image" of this person (or any other person)?

  5. Do they really think a blogger doesn't have the right to write negatively about the "work and professional image" of this person (or any other person)?

    More directly ...

    Do they really think a blogger doesn't have the right to express their opinion about the "work and professional image" of this person (or any other person)?

  6. "Reputation management" is a growth industry, but it's not cheap. And it's not a good investment if you actually earned the bad rep in the first place.

  7. "Reputation management" is a growth industry, but it's not cheap. And it's not a good investment if you actually earned the bad rep in the first place.

    Kind of like Credit Repair Services?

  8. We Volunteers are to provide answers to support questions. I don't believe we are expected to debate, harrange or harrass anyone. Move along now - the relevant links have been posted -- there's nothing to see here.

  9. Yep, almost exactly like that. I have some acquaintances who make a fair bit of money in it, or did until Google clued in to what they were doing and worked around them.

  10. "Move along now?" Oh, don't go there.

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