Thursday, November 22, 2007

Sue Scheff and Parent's Universal Resource Experts: Advocating for Parents and Being a Voice Against Internet Abuse


Happy Thanksgiving to all and we have many things to be grateful for. My family as well as families throughout the country will be celebrating this day of gratitude.

Proudly, my organization continues to help people throughout the world as well as my continuous fight to help those that are being abused in Cyberspace.

With the help of wonderful services such as Reputation Defender, who I am personally thank for their hard work, there are many new legal doors opening that I want to thank. This will help keep the Internet a safe place. We have a long way to go, however the fact that prominent people are stepping forward to help means there will be positive movement.

With the recent tragic stories of teens on MySpace and more, it is time to step up and be that voice.

On this holiday of gratitude, it is also a time to reflect and move forward to continue to help and share with others. I have endured the wrath of people obsessed with me, my daughter's fight to survive a program that was not what was promised, as well two major victorious jury trials. This has given me the strength to continue to move forward and upward.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Sue Scheff: Rising Above Internet Defamation!


THE FIGHT AGAINST INTERNET DEFAMATION STRENGTHENS! As attorney's and judges are reviewing these cases, the recognition for action is loud and clear. Fight back - it is your right!

Recently I have personally meet with both a prominent Senator and a well-know attorney. Both were completely astonished at the reckless regard for the truth that lingers on the Internet and agree, it is time to fight back!

More and more lawyers are considering these cases on a contingency basis. Free Speech will not condone defamation and it has become more clear that there is a blatant disregard and lack of respect for the first amendment right.

I am proud to be part of this movement to help other victims that will rise above people that believe free speech will protect them.