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If you make a post in the Turkey Central forum which contains derogatory comments about a person or company, you should be aware of the definition of defamation of character, and possible legal ramifications for posting defamatory information. Defamation of Character Dictionary.com defines defamation as follows: Libel Dictionary.com defines libel as follows: Turkey Central's Responsibility Turkey Central is incorporated in the United States and follows US Laws. It is also hosted in the United States. Title 47, Section 230 USC (United States Code) exempts Turkey Central from liability for defamation of character and/or libel committed by its members. It is impossible for Turkey Central to determine if something posted in the forums is true or untrue. And we don't want anyone to be a victim of defamation. But we also don't want to prevent members from telling others the facts about a bad experience they had, if doing so will prevent the same bad experience from happening to someone else. Court Orders If Turkey Central is served with a court order to remove defamatory content, we will comply with it. We will also comply with a court order demanding the contact information of and member who posts defamatory content. This may include IP addresses, e-mail addresses, or any other information the court requests. Your Responsibility What you post in the Turkey Central forums is your responsibility. If you post untrue, defamatory information about another person or company, you are 100% responsible for it. Our Right to Remove Obviously Malicious Posts We reserve the right to remove posts in cases where we believe a post was made for malicious reasons rather than out of a concern for others. Disclaimer None of the above is intended to be legal advice. For legal advice, consult with a legal professional.