Electronic Harassment Lawsuits

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For the harassers, one law they are suspected of breaking is: Illegal Wiretapping. This is California Penal Code 631 and 632. If across state lines, then it's a Federal charge. This is 18 U.S. Code § 2511. Interception and disclosure of wire, oral, or electronic communications. Additional charges include, but aren't limited to: • Stalking • Harassment • Intimidation • …

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Commonwealth cyber-harassment laws. 15.38 Commonwealth law criminalises cyber-harassment, but does not provide for a general offence of harassment. The Commonwealth Criminal Code, set out in the schedule to the Criminal Code Act 1995 (Cth), provides for an offence of ‘using a carriage service to menace, harass or cause offence’ and …

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With new federal laws drafted against electronic harassment, and with the FBI appointed to investigate electronic harassment there is no way that we would loose our court case. The court case would be against the FBI for them not investigating electronic harassment seeking for them to do so. We will be using what is called a "mass filing" lawsuit technique, where many people …

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1. 14.7 A serious invasion of privacy may often also amount to harassment. Harassment involves deliberate conduct. It may be done maliciously, to cause anxiety or distress or other harm, or it may be done for other purposes. Regardless of the intention, harassment will often cause anxiety or distress. Harassment also restricts the ability of an individual to live a free life. 14.8 The following is a list of examples of conduct that may in some cases amount to both a serious invasion of privacy as well as harassment where the conduct is repeated, unwanted and intended to distress and demean an individual: 1. following or keeping under surveillance; 2. eavesdropping and wiretapping; 3. reading private letters and other private communication; 4. using surveillance devices to monitor, intimidate or distress someone, for example, through the use of cameras outside abortion clinics or aerial surveillance of private property using aircraft or unmanned aerial vehicles; 5. publishing personal d

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Harassment can be against the law when a person is treated less favourably on the basis of certain personal characteristics, such as race, sex, pregnancy, marital status, breastfeeding, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or intersex status. Some limited exemptions and exceptions apply. Harassment can include behaviour such as: telling insulting jokes about …

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Marisa O'Connor Date: February 17, 2022 Purposely disrupting cell phone signals with electronic noise generators is a form of electronic harassment.. Electronic harassment, not to be confused with cyberstalking, describes any situation where a person or property is being covertly harmed or bothered using an electronic device.

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Electronic harassment, or psychotronic torture, or electromagnetic torture is a conspiracy theory that government agents make use of electromagnetic radiation, radar, and surveillance techniques to transmit sounds and thoughts into people’s heads, affect people’s bodies, and harass people. Individuals who claim to experience this

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Electronic Harassment Electronicharassment. more All states, and some cities, have whats called the initiative or petition process. This allows people to get a public vote on a new law by writing the law that they want on a piece of paper and getting signatures on it. Each state and city require a different amount of signatures on the

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Electronic Harassment Electronicharassment. Our mass filing is a suit against the F.B.I. and F.C.C. for not investigating reports from victims of electronic weapons, and seeking a court order for the FBI and FCC to have to investigate electronic harassment matters from here on. Under federal law, the FBI is required to investigate crimes that

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3 Responses to “Compiled list: Legal cases related to online harassment & free speech”. Heather Bussing January 21, 2014 at 11:23 am. Permalink. Also the My Space suicide case from a few years back (criminal matter against the mom that posed as a student and harassed a girl, who then killed herself.)

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harassment, unwanted sexual behaviours, exploitation or abuse (such as by taking or distributing intimate or sexually explicit images without permission), as well as threats and cyberstalking.³ Some international studies have sought to measure the extent of digital harassment and abuse among adult populations. In the United States, for example, a survey of 2,849 adult internet …

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Email harassment can occur across electronic devices. Even with the Communications Decency Act, most anti-harassment legislation is done at the state level. California was first to address cyberstalking in 1999, and many other states have passed specific Internet harassment laws. Still others have made provisions in existing anti-harassment

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Harassment lawsuits can be filed against an employer, a co-worker, a neighbor, teacher, a student, a coach, or other persons. Harassment is defined as any form of unsolicited, deliberately offensive behavior that has been requested to be stopped.

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There are state laws in the U.S. against electronic harassment. These laws tend to refer to private individuals and corporations and probably don’t apply to government agencies that could well be licensed to use such devices. In Massachusetts, Chapter 170 of 2004, Section 140, section 131J states: “No person shall possess a portable device or weapon from which an …

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The technology behind Electronic Harassment: Many have no idea, some have suspected, that this is the technology thats behind Electronic Harassment. Without this important technological component, Electronic Harassment is dead. PS: This information alone is worth the price of admission.A must-read for TIs! The secret nature of Covert Entrainment Technology: Electric …

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A Lawsuit against perpetrators (Hypothetical) There is no way to win a case of gang stalking and electronic harassment. The number of criminal offenses are still immoral and completely unethical at the least. These cannot be taken lightly. So this would be multiple counts of serious offenses such as defamation of character, invasion of privacy, illegal distribution of …

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Is there a law against electronic harassment?

There are state laws in the U.S. against electronic harassment. These laws tend to refer to private individuals and corporations and probably don’t apply to government agencies that could well be licensed to use such devices.

How much would you sue for ongoing electronic harassment?

How much would one sue for ongoing electronic harassment, if it was possible to have a fair and safe trial? For me personally, I would estimate a decent amount to be no less than R13 m per year. Off course in the real world as things stand today its unlikely to get a successful trial for the following reasons

Is it a crime to harass someone on the internet?

Do Not Sell My Personal Information The crime of harassment (which can include stalking, hate crimes, and cyberbullying) occurs when one person acts in a way designed to annoy, provoke, threaten, or otherwise cause another person emotional distress. State laws and some federal laws identify multiple ways in which harassment can be committed.

What are the laws on harassment and stalking online?

14.25 State and territory criminal laws criminalise harassment and stalking conducted through online or other forms of electronic communication. However, these offences vary considerably depending on the jurisdiction.

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