Gawker's Hamilton Nolan was invited to and attended one of those pre-Oscar parties where celebrities are loaded with luxury gifts. Subsequently, Secret Room Events, the "product placement" outfit concerned, threatened him with a lawsuit for having written about it.
It has come to our attention the Hamilton Nolan has written a very unessessary and hateful article slandering our name and Gawker had released it. This negative article affects our business name greatly. What was written is not true in any way.
Hamilton also named some of our sponsors and slandered them as well. These sponsors also are going to take action as well.
I suggest you remove the article asap. We have contacted our attorney to deal with this. Trust me. I will not let down until this is resolved.
Secret Room Events
Pro tip to debutantes at the Streisand Effect ball: know what "slander" is before threatening the Hamilton Nolan over it. Also, spellcheck!
Phil Mocek filed a public records request to find out how Seattle’s new smart meters — supplied by Landis and Gyr — will work. As Mocek writes, these meters are based on “unspecified and unverifiable sensors that monitor activity inside of private property and can communicate collected information in real-time to unspecified machines in remote […]
The “super-injunction” (previously) is a weird feature of English and Welsh law through which the very wealthy can hire bulldog lawyers to get judges to pass an order prohibiting any newspaper or journalist from disclosing true facts about them, on pain of jail-time.
Looks like the geniuses who run UC Davis never Googled the words “Streisand Effect.”
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