Every party filing a lawsuit has a duty to review the facts and the law before they file suit so that they can demonstrate that the lawsuit was filed in good faith. 10times conducts its business so that we do not run afoul from liability for third party content. If someone chooses to ignore the law and attempts to sue us for the content provided by our users, that organiser could be required to pay attorneys' fees and be subject to sanctions for having filed a frivolous lawsuit.
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- How did my event get listed on 10times?
- How to / will 10times remove my event from their site?
- How do I manage the reviews received about my event(s)?
- Can 10times be held responsible for the content of the reviews visible on its site?
- Why won't 10times remove a review after being informed that the review contains false facts?
- Will 10times consider evidence offered to substantiate that a review is false?
- Does 10times remove negative reviews for organizers who buy its services?
- What happens if someone sues 10times for a claim arising from the user-generated content hosted by 10times?
- How do I serve a subpoena on 10times?
- How does 10times respond to subpoenas?