I have a very popular channel where people watch the videos that I publish. I was told by an ad network that I would be paid a % of the advertising revenue from the people who watch the ads on the channel. I am now being told by the ad network tha...
It appears to be a YouTube / Ad Company issue. Whom do you sue? For how much do you sue? Before spending any additional time on the Internet, you could benefit from meeting with an attorney to discuss specific facts in an attorney-client privilege environment, which the Internet is not. Even if you decide not to hire the attorney the consultation with him or her could help you to understand the issues and your options. Many reputable attorneys offer a free consultation. I wish you the best.See question
The services were preformed to a different business and now I'm out 2K . What could i do.
Small claims court if you need to take the matter to court. Yelp is a poorly managed company. Before you take them to small claims you have to put it in writing that you either want your money back or you want it applied to your account. If they refuse or fail to do the right thing, then don't be afraid to go after them. Your $2k looks a lot better in your pocket than it does in theirs. Good luck.See question
I lost my job behind it and was denied unemployment but my partner was granted unemployment and we work at the same place.
Absolutely as long as you didn't sign off all (emphasis) the rights. It's an invasion of privacy issue. Contact an attorney to discuss further.See question
My picture was posted without my permission on a website. Recently, in this section of Avvo, Attorney Jonathan Charles Balfus wrote, "... you can identify the person who posted [a photo] through other channels like Exploration I/O" -- but I can't...
You will have to file a law suit so that you can subpoena the records. I am not aware of Exploration I/O and it appears neither is Google. Good luck.See question
My ex claimed that I was harassing her but ironically the account was mine for over 7 years, they send her a link she impersonates me and goes ahead and changes my password and deletes my account. All my contacts, private messages and information...
Absolutely. It is a crime for unauthorized access. However, good luck in getting law enforcement to help. They get millions of these types of cases a day. In addition, you do have a potential lawsuit on various causes of action from invasion of privacy to interference with your business. Discuss further with an attorney. Good luck.See question
I am from California, she is from Montana. Her mother is threatening to report me.
This is a scam that started on the east coast about 11 months ago. Tell mom that I think that you are in a good position since her and her daughter have admitted to distributing child pornography. ;) They're both looking at 20 years in prison. In actuality quit contacting these people. They will go away and hit on someone else. Good luck..See question
This person has been stalking me for over 1 1/2 years and refuses to leave me alone
If you seriously believe that your computer has been hacked then have a "qualified" computer forensics person analyze your computer. A qualified computer forensics person should have a background in computer security (preferably for a large corporation or a Big Six Accounting firm) because today too many so called forensics people are nothing more than a step ahead of you in terms of expertise. So retain someone who has a computer security background. If there is something on the computer have your forensics person contact the high tech law enforcement group in your county/area. Taking any type of digital evidence to a local police department is likely to get zero results. Good luck.See question
I think I was hacked by a private investigator or someone who is claiming to be one. He has made threats through social media, ph calls and spoofed texts, hacked my pc... He has implied through his comments that he is able to watch everything we d...
If you seriously believe that your computer has been hacked then have a "qualified" computer forensics person analyze your computer. A qualified computer forensics person should have a background in computer security (preferably for a large corporation or a Big Six Accounting firm) because today too many so called forensics people are nothing more than a step ahead of you. So get someone who has a computer security background. If there is something on the computer contact the high tech law enforcement group in your county/area. Taking any type of digital evidence to a local police department is likely to get zero results. Good luck.See question
I bought my ticket for metrolink but couldnt find it when the sheriff asked to see my ticket when on board. Later on i found the weekend pass ticket that i bought previously but couldnt find the sheriff to show him. He gave me a citation and said ...
Personally bring it to the judge on your court date. As Mr. Kaman says it will get lost if it's mailed. Make certain that you have a copy of the front and back.See question