So you have read the long article about “How to sue Web Warning?” and probably have realised that there are laws protecting this website and it is not easy to sue us for something someone else has written on our website. What is your way now? Of course, as we have explained before, the law does NOT protect the original writer of the report and thus, you are free to sue the original author. But how to get the details of a person who has submitted a report anonymously.
We receive millions of comments published on Web Warning and sometimes we receive the request of revealing the details of the author who has published a report. Sometimes these reports carry a subpoena and sometimes they don't. Sometimes, an attorney sends those requests and sometimes a business owner or an average citizen sends us those.
As most of the people don't know the legal issues involving this and as we treat the right to privacy of our authors very highly, this page will explain our policy on how and when the true identity of an author might be revealed. This pages will answer the following questions.
Can Web Warning author remain anonymous to protect their privacy?
Will Web Warning ever release the original identity of any author?
How can an attorney get information on any particular author?