So me and my ex went through a really bad break up recently and she posted a video of myself masturbating on Facebook using my account. Unfortunately I have moved out of the country (She is in the US and I'm over here in Asia) and I can't seem to do much from over here. What is there that I can do from so far away?
Edit: We are both adults, and I can be seen in the video nodding to her asking me if I liked being recorded. Does that mean I gave her permission to use that video?
Car / Auto Accident Lawyer
Notify Facebook immediately of the unauthorized access/breach of you account and have it taken down. Changing your password would also be a great idea.
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Ethics / Professional Responsibility Lawyer
Contact Facebook. You can try contacting the police where she lives, but since you gave permission for the video and she recorded it (therefore owns copyright) I am not sure they will be much help. If you didn't give her permission to use your Facebook account, that in and of itself would be illegal so you can bring that up to the police as well.
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General Practice Lawyer
Access your account and remove the video, then change your password.
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