I suspect you are asking this question because you believe she will have an objection now.
She knows who you are and where you are. She may not win on any of her issues, but if she hires a lawyer he will make your life miserable -- And they might even win something.
I often tell my clients that enough bad things happen to us without going out and looking for trouble. Do yourself a favor and don't post the video.
As attorney Burdick suggested, your best course of action is to contact FB customer service for help with this problem. Lawsuits are very expensive and you are unlikely to win what you have spent in this scenario.
I often say as cocktail chatter that there is no gravity on the Internet, what goes up does not come down.
That having been said, I have worked for dozens of clients to get information removed or search engine de-listed. I would say the success rate for these kinds of actions...
I believe that the football team would be able to sue you to stop using this domain name. It would probably create confusion in the minds of the visitors about if this was the football teams site or someone else's.
Even if you could win a fight over this domain, the football team has the resources to out spend you in court. It will cost you a fortune to defend a law suit, and I do not think you would win.
I suggest you do not use this domain name.
I have not heard that sexting among consenting adults is a crime in any jurisdiction, but I suppose it could be.
Meanwhile, sexting is never, ever a good idea. What if the wife decides to post these pictures all over the web. It will take you 100's of hours and 1000's of dollars to get all those pix removed.
I suggest you apologise to the wife (it can't hurt) and tell her you will cut off all communication with the husband - which you should do as he has already shown himself to be a...
A garnishment is against your wages, therefore, a domain name is not subject to garnishment.
An attachment, however, can be granted to a creditor upon judicial review, and any of your assets could be attached. Therefore, your domain name could be subject to seizure through an attachment action with the courts.
Don't forget the most important comment by Mr. Schrafel - Have an attorney review your terms and services.
Below is a checklist for legal issues I use for new e-commerce clients....
Facebook is only awae of the user's first failure attempt if they have programmed their sign-up process to check for that situation. Further, IP's are often shared by family members who are both older and younger than 13. So I am not sure an IP check alone would work.
However, in your scenario, you say the user used the same email addy. Again, FB would need their sign-up program to check that.
While the arguement can be made FB should be doing more, I am not sure it is a winner. I...
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There is much you need to know as you begin your new business. I suggest you do not attempt to write your own legal policies. This is not where your training and background lie, and though you are probably as smart as an attorney, you do not have their experience.
Below is a checklist for legal issues I use for new e-commerce clients.
1. Business Model – Is your idea viable as a web based business?
2. Business entity - Are you...
The first question to ask is the threat of physical violence real? If you think it is, contact the police. They will take a threat of physical violence (which is called assault) seriously.
The FB quote you describe does not give you the right to punch this person the next time you see them. Perhaps moving on with all your lives is the best advice I can give.
This is America, you can sue anyone, anytime for anything - the real question is will you win.
The scenario above is a little short on facts. If you are talking about a guest who put some pix on FB taken with her phone camera - I would say the law is not on your side. Generally, pictures taken in public places are the property of the photographer, and those pictured have no expectation of privacy.
If you are talking about the paid photographer at your wedding I would say - what does...