I posted a site on here for a critique awhile back. This was something a client I was doing some consulting was interested in. He was having a site designed by someone else and was curious about it. So to get him some feedback I posted a thread here as this forum provides the most usable and constructive site critiques I have found. And as usual you guys came through with very useful info that coincided with a lot of my opinions. The information was a lot to take in though, and after giving him a bit of the information it was clear he wanted no part of it. So I never gave him all of the information. So I never thought about it until today when the guy contacted the guy who contracts me for some of this work. The guy found the thread. It was through some forum crawler of some type I guess though because it was at some weird address. I guess he was randomly doing a search for his domain, which was in the thread, and stumbled onto the thread. Then called the guy I do the work for threatening legal action and blah blah blah. So, I asked the mods to remove the thread which they did. I saved a copy of it on my machine though as well. There is absolutely nothing remotely slanderous in the thread. It's strictly a design critique. It doesn't even mention the content, or the product/business in any way. It doesn't even mention the business name in fact. Only CSS, html errors, and problems with the design. So personally, I am not scared. But do I have any reason to be? Even if the thread did contain anything besides a design critique (which it did not) the guy requested it. What possible legal grounds could there be?