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  • ABC

    The nightmare of mopping up your online reputation and the ‘right to be forgotten’

    The internet never forgets, and it is a lesson South African comedian and host of The Daily Show, Trevor Noah, is learning this week after a clip of him performing a racist joke about Aboriginal women resurfaced, five years after he said it.

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  • BuzzFeed

    How A Popular Women’s Website Became A Pay-To-Play Nightmare

    Brendon McAlpine, business development manager for Australian online takedown service Internet Removals, said that SEO tactics like paid guest posting are an inevitable result of Google’s “first-to-the-top” search ranking criteria, and the benefits that come from being highly ranked.

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    Hackers Are Breaking Into Websites And Adding Links To Game Google

    Brendon McAlpine, business development manager at Australian takedown service Internet Removals, told BuzzFeed News that people who pay for links are “looking for a shortcut, no matter the cost to others (or themselves) in the long term.”

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  • The Sun

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  • The Daily Beast

    How a Playboy Model Exposed an Online Child-Porn Scam

    Yein’s fans are victims of a massive, highly organized online porn ring, according to Internet Removals, an Australian reputation management and takedown company. Since February, the company has worked with Yein (who did not return requests for comment) to remove more than 136,000 of the offending photos and videos from Mega, the New Zealand hosting site.

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  • News.com.au

    Aussie businesses claim customers are using review site to ‘extort’ them

    COMPANIES say some customers are using this website to bleed Aussie businesses dry by using it to “blackmail” them for better deals.

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    The text that turned a Tinder match into a living nightmare

    ONE stomach-turning text is all it took for Mark to realise his flirtatious Tinder conversation was all part of an elaborate dating scam.

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    The terrifying Tinder scam catching out countless Australians

    THEIR profile looks the same as any other potential date but really it has been carefully cultivated to draw you in and take your money.

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    Names and locations of Aussie women being listed on sick revenge porn websites

    A SICK revenge porn website has naked photos of Australian women listed by name and suburb. And there’s not much that can be done.

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    Revenge porn: How to tell if your date is crazy

    EXPERTS are pleading with Australians to be more mindful of a shady practice while dating, which has the potential to ruin their lives.

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  • The Daily Beast

    Inside the Online Campaign to Whitewash the History of Donald Trump’s Russian Business Associates

    The use of “private blog networks” (PBNs), or dummy websites set up to game search engine results, is a common, if often frowned-upon, internet marketing tactic, according to Brendon McAlpine, a business development manager for Australian online reputation management service Internet Removals.

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  • Sixty Minutes

    Age of outrage, Unmasked

    On 60 MINUTES: Charles Wooley finds out why Australians are so happy to hate. But is the age of outrage killing free speech? Plus, unmasking the man accused of being the Golden State Killer, one of the worst serial predators in history.

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  • Channel 10

    Should Our Internet Past Be Forgotten?

    After the outcry of anger against late night talk host Trevor Noah’s jokes from four years ago, we ask the question; do we have the right to be forgotten?

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  • Kiss FM

    Off the back of our recent comments to News.com.au in respect to Tinder Extortion and Cyber Crime, our Brendon Mcalpine was featured on KIIS FM.

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As at February 2021, our team at Internet Removals has removed over 459,600 URLs from the internet. A high percentage of these 459,600 URLs have been Revenge Porn URLs.

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