What can I do if someone invades my privacy?

Asked over 2 years ago - Marietta, GA

How should I proceed if I know the media is invading my privacy when I can't prove it without someone thinking I am paranoid, have an audio-electronic disorder, ect. when it has gone on for years and is blantantly obvious.

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Obvious in the way every move I make and everything I say is regurgitated back to me in some form, from telephone conversations, to in home/car conversations. Everything I do or say is used to, in turn, harass me to get a reaction and is ripped off for commercial use ect. at first you don't notice because who would ever think, then it's a coincedence, then you think you are paranoid, then another coincedence and another and another every single day. I guess it would be called electronic stalking and harassment with me reduced down to nothing and a prisoner of it and no way out without the ability to get any admission even if I call on the phone and ask right out, i am disregarded and made to think I am crazy. It is obvious when everything you do is being stolen and used in any way to suit someone's need.

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  1. Maurice N Ross


    Contributor Level 20

    Answered . You may have legitimate claims, but you can't do anything legally to pursue them without evidence. If you want to pursue this, you need to retain legal counsel to investigate the facts and determine whether there is evidence to justify your suspicions. It is also quite possible that you are over-reacting, and that you need medical or psychiatric help. A good way to start is to find a lawyer you you trust, request assistance and guidance, ask the lawyer to investigate your concerns, and at the same time, seek psychiatric or medical treatment for your personal anxiety.

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