This has been going on for months and the person responsible is not stopping. I know who it is based on the information they have and their actions. The person admitted to a mutual acquaintance to setting up fake accounts on numerous websites to track my activities online.
While some sites have cooperated others refuse to remove the offending materials. The person responsible is also actively recruiting on hacker websites asking for help to go after me.
What exactly can I do here? Can I subpoena his ISP for his internet activity? file a restraining order, etc?
Criminal Defense Attorney
Hire a lawyer to send a cease and desist letter. You can't issue a subpoena unless a case is pending.
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Medical Malpractice Attorney
Hire a lawyer - or maybe contact the police - although I don't know how much they could or would do.
Best of luck.
Joseph L. Ciaccio is a New York attorney with the Law Offices of Joseph M. Lichtenstein, P.C. (medicalattorneyny.com). The answers posted herein are not legal advice and do not create an attorney-client relationship.
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