Subpoena Google’s Legal Department for Unidentified User Information
Subpoena Google Legal Department to receive the user data you need to identify your anonymous antagonist. In many Online Reputation Repair cases, the attackers are anonymous, malicious and false. Unfortunately, it can be costly and often futile to try and stop this new breed of vandals from tormenting their victims. However, since 2008 our team has been positively identifying these online antagonists through subpoenaing Google.
Subpoena Google Legal Department To Get Identification Evidence
More often than not, online defamation and harassment cases have some connection with Google, even if the attacks come via non-Google controlled websites. This is because of Google’s extensive reach into so many aspects of the Internet. Our team has spent many years looking under Google’s hood. We have identified the best strategies to subpoena Google Legal Department and to expedite the evidence discovery process while reducing the risks associated with “perishable evidence.”
When you subpoena Google, Google will often dismiss these subpoenas due to improper service or incomplete requests. With our track record of successful subpoena results, we know that Google will honor your information requests as long as the legal basis for the request is valid.
If the breach of Google’s Terms of Service involves copyright violations, the victim can submit a Digital Millennium Copyright Act notice, commonly referred to as a DMCA Takedown. This can be done in writing, and does not require formal legal action.
For Attorneys: We Can Help You To Prepare Google Subpoenas
We have identified many anonymous online antagonists by subpoenaing Google and other providers in creative ways. We can significantly reduce unnecessary legal fees; while improving the strength of your case; to the delight of your client. Our proprietary tools and skills allow us to collect crucial, admissible evidence, often without the need for a subpoena. This can significantly reduce the duration of the case through better evidence acquisition and management.
Our team of cyber crime investigation specialists and litigation support consultants can work with your attorney to ensure that your lawsuits, subpoenas, and order applications are worded precisely to mitigate the chances of dismissal or denial by the court. By combining your attorney’s skilful strategies in trial law, together with our specialist private investigators and other experts, you will have the best possible chance of prevailing in your action.