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How to remove a post from Thedirty.com

How to remove a post from Thedirty.com

UPDATE 3/25/2020: Since this article was writen, Nik Richie is no longer the owner of thedirty. However, the site still does not remove content by request. TheDirty.com which is a website that allows anyone to submit “dirt” on anyone, such as information on cheating exes, has been known not to ever remove posts, even though they offer a removal request page. There are a few exceptions...

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TheDirty is No Longer a Personal Review Site

TheDirty is No Longer a Personal Review Site

Summary: The former battleground for online bashing is now a celebrity gossip site. TheDirty.com, was formerly known for allowing users to post nearly anything that they’d like, anonymously and without any remorse. The site became a hunting ground for whomever, whether it was due to jealousy, anger, or just to purposely ruin one’s life. Most of the time, the damage comes from a compromising...

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Could DMCA work for removing Defamatory Content?

Could  DMCA work for removing Defamatory Content?

By Pierre Zarokian The Digital Millennium Copyright Act was meant to help individuals establish copyrights for their materials online. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work to get defamatory content removed, unless the content was something you owned, such as a section of your website copied or a copied picture that you own the copyright to.  However, be adviced that some sites such as ripoffreport...

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TheDirty.com is back up after being down for over 3 weeks

TheDirty.com is back up after being down for over 3 weeks

We reported last week that thedirty.com was a victim of hackers taking it down due to DOS attacks. It seems the site has gone live now and Nik Richie has improved his servers and technology. He posted a message on thedirty stating: “TheDirty.com is back online. We are still under DDoS attack and other attacks, but I’ve put a stronger team in place and rebuilt the infrastructure from...

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TheDirty Looses Lawsuit but turns out it was filed against the wrong company

A judge just awarded $1.25 million over defamatory comments on Thedirty.com brought by a woman who says comments on the site stated that her 3 children were from 3 different men because she wanted to collect child support and the owner Nik Richie refused to remove them when she requested. The judgement was awarded against Dirty World Entertainment Recordings. However, TheDirty attorney states...

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Nik Richie of TheDirty gets his iCloud account hacked showing extortion messages

Nik Richie of TheDirty gets his iCloud account hacked showing extortion messages

We just reported that thedirty.com was down due to hacker DOS attacks.  Apparantly they also hacked Nik Richie’s icloud account and a personal message from it was posted online showing Nik trying to make a deal with girl or prostitute to sleep with his friends so then he could remove a post…funny stuff.  We have no way of knowing the authenticity of this, so we leave the judgment up...

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