Discussion in 'New Domainers' started by Nova, Oct 13, 2012.
of a person that makes a post on a blog?
or even there ip address etc??
It's your blog? then probably yes, if not then you would have to ask the blog owner.
Sorry I should of said. Not my Blog and I should add its nothing on this forum. Its just someone mentoned that they saw something they didn't like wrote about them on a blog post and it just got me thinking...
if you go to the page and type
tell me who wrote this post and then spin around three times then touch the floor and then blow on your keyboard the answer will show up. #poppycopck
either that or contact the site owner and claim some uk defamation abuse and ask for it to be deleted.
It's a US site and I think the person concerned is considering taking legal action. He was/is? offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to a conviction of the said person but I think the details will come out through the courts, if it gets that far. I had my doubts about whether it could be done without the owners consent or in a legal or ethical way.
$20k really? OK how about for 2k we get the page deindexed for you?
Just to clarify I AM NOT THE PERSON OFFERING THE REWARD! nor am I anyway involve in any of it. I just read a post on a forum I visit. If anyone is really interested they can read all about it here:
It just got me thinking. If a person posts on a blog or website, most of the time they are asked to enter an email, I thought there may be a way or software that could tell you their email or something of the like.. Obviosly the direct route of asking the site owner would be the obvious answer, but the person offering the reward has probably already tried that. Thats all.
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