[Update 5/22/2015 – In accordance with the Forbes blog, Infringex edited its site and documents to better serve users and comply with legal standards.]
Santa Monica, CA (May 17, 2015) – On May 14, 2015 Infringex was notified by a reporter that a blog had been written regarding the company by Law Professor Eric Goldman, a contributor at Forbes.com. The blog was written after Professor Goldman received one of our documents from one of our infringex.com users, a woman in distress, in regard to content appearing on the Internet.
This particular infringex.com site user was seeking to have Professor Goldman remove objectionable content via a “removal request” which she chose from our list of documents from our services page, which deal with common online privacy issues.
infringex.com (a registered trademark) provides a document and delivery service where we deliver consumer chosen documents to site administrators on behalf of our users. Infringex is not a law firm and we do not aid our site users in calculating their legal standing, judge or apply the law to their set of circumstances.
The site user in question for whom we delivered the document to Mr. Goldman is a very nice middle-aged woman, who like many people in America are concerned with their online privacy.
Instead of showing an “act of compassion” by removing something online, that might not have been of great public concern, offering a redaction, simply declining her request or wanting to learn more about the grievance by contacting her, her issue was cruelly publicized by Professor Eric Goldman in order to make an interesting read for his Forbes blog.
The Forbes blog falsely asserts that Infringex is just one of many companies who are just “peddling a dream”. Any of our site users for whom we have successfully facilitated the removal of unwanted content on the Internet (as shown above), would also agree that the services offered by Infringex were very effective for them and not just “a dream”.
International Users and Interest at Infringex Grows, as a Result of the Forbes Blog
Infringex is a content management company concerned about online privacy issues. Our goal is to help consumers everywhere bring objectionable content to the attention of site owners for removal. We allow you to easily assert your rights using our document and delivery services. Infringex is not a law firm and we do not aid our site users in calculating their legal standing, judge or apply the law to their set of circumstances.