If you know the party responsible for the defamatory content, you are encouraged to take civil legal action (in court) such as defamation suit, compensation claim and other related actions.
Pertinent information regarding the party responsible for managing the website or the party posting to a website could be requested from the website/service administrator, once you receive the necessary orders from the courts.
Complaints can also be lodged to MCMC via MCMC Complaints Bureau if you find that the published content is false information or contains offensive or indecent statements about you. You need to specifically identify the content in your complaint lodged to MCMC as well as provide relevant documents to support your claims.
Example: Complaints to Facebook
a. In the individual page
i. Go to suspect's profile
ii. Click the top right icon in the profile
iii. Click Report/Block
iv. Click on My Friend is annoying me or complainant can choose whether to
• "Unsubscribe" the suspect and the complainant will no longer able to view the latest news from the suspect in his/her Newsfeed;
• "Unfriend" the suspect who then will not be able to communicate through the complainant's profile; or
• "Block" the suspect, resulting in the complainant and the suspect being no longer able to communicate among themselves.
v. Click Continue
b. In "Group" or "Page" page
i. Go to relevant Group page
ii. Click top right icon in the profile
iii. Click Report Group
iv. Click It's harassing me or It's harassing a friend where suitable
v. Click Continue
· Please be aware that the procedure for abuse reporting on Facebook will vary from time to time.
For more information, complainant can also go to http://www.facebook.com/report/ and click on the appropriate abuse category/type.