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The hkps.org website is about the community of teachers / parents / students / alumni
He started the website becuase the school wasnt doing enough about the community.
after 5 years is he going to have lawyers knocking at his door?
[the example used above is fictional]
How will the US laws treat a situation like this, if the dean of the school wanted to take control of the domain name since something bad was said about him in the community.
And the webmaster did not want to give up the domain.
If the site isn't worth paying a lawyer to consult on this issue - I would try removing the offending content (and notify them that said content has been removed), and review your disclaimers and make sure that it is understood that the site is not officially associated with this school etc etc.
As always, if you are unwilling to fight them, they will win. And it can cost a lot to fight a group like the UC regents. It might not cost so much if you are fighting a local school district in rural mississippi