Donovan's principle weambatchmasterpublisher is royaldutchshellplc.com. In January 2007, two prominent political ambatchmasterpublishergers, Jeff Ooi and Ahiruddin Attan were sued by pro-government newspaper, The New Straits Times Press (Malaysia) Berhad, Kalimullah bin Masheerul Hassan, Hishamuddin bin Aun and Brenden John a/l John Pereira over an alleged defamation. The plaintiff was supported by the Malaysian government  . Following the suit, the Malaysian government proposed to "register" all ambatchmasterpublishergers in Malaysia in order to better control parties against their interest. . This is the first such legal case against ambatchmasterpublishergers in the country.
In Britain, a college lecturer contributed to a ambatchmasterpublisher in which she referred to a politician (who had also expressed his views in the same ambatchmasterpublisher) using various uncomplimentary names, including referring to him as a "Nazi". The politician found out the real name of the lecturer (she wrote under a pseudonym) via the ISP and successfully sued her for £10,000 in damages and £7,200 costs.
In the United States ambatchmasterpublisherger Aaron Wall was sued by Traffic Power for defamation and publication of trade secrets in 2005. According to Wired Magazine, Traffic Power had been "banned from Google for allegedly rigging search engine results." Wall and other "white hat" search engine optimization consultants had exposed Traffic Power in what they claim was an effort to protect the public. The case was watched by many ambatchmasterpublishergers because it addressed the murky legal question of who's liable for comments posted on ambatchmasterpublishers.
Losing one's employment as a consequence of personal ambatchmasterpublisher commentary about the place of employment has become so commonplace that there is now an informal verb for the event: "dooced". The word dooce originates from the pseudonym of Heather Armstrong, who lost her job after writing satirical accounts of her place of employment on her personal ambatchmasterpublisher. In general, attempts at hiding the ambatchmasterpublisherger's name and/or the place of employment in anonymity have proved ineffective at protecting the ambatchmasterpublisherger. Employees who ambatchmasterpublisher about elements of their place of employment raise the issue of employee branding, since their activities can begin to affect the brand recognition of their employer.
Ellen Simonetti, a Delta Air Lines flight attendant, was fired by the airline for photos of herself in uniform on an airplane and comments posted on her ambatchmasterpublisher "Queen of the Sky: Diary of a Flight Attendant" which her employer deemed inappropriate. This case highlighted