Thanks. Would have marked this as "helpful" if it wasn't written so harshly.
I don't do this for "points". I've been practicing for 13 years, working with Fortune 500 companies. I do this as a service for
FREE to give back. What you see as "harshness" is honesty from someone who has no desire to receive money. I was telling you the law, if the law is harsh on this subject, it is not my doing. As most lawyers, I am direct and forthright. I don't make the law, I explain it. I'm donating my time for free to help. I'm not sure how I would have worded it to be less "harsh".
"[N]o standing to do anything," "no privacy"--very extreme language that is also a bit sardonic. But like I said, thank you.
"no standing" and "no privacy" are the legal terms associated with the causes of action implicated in your answer. Best of luck to your father.
I sent this correspondence to my sister and she made the following remark: "Yeah, she was pretty rude. Your question wasn't 'what can i do about Facebook'... its about 'what options does my father have in a legal sense to get this taken down. " Best of luck to you as well.
I answered the legal question. I charge $5000 retainer plus $400 an hour after that. No more free advice (for which you are not grateful). If you wish to converse with me further, you can pay me. End of free advice session.
Based on the nature of this discussion, I would not hire you.
I'm hired by Fortune 500 companies almost exclusively. So don't make me laugh. Like I said, END of free session. As you see, another lawyer agreed with my advice, which in great detail stated the legal options and how hard it will be. I stated the pros and cons so your father can decide if he wants to take this on. That's what a lawyer does. Oh, and noone else even bothered to answer your question. Being rude to a lawyer donating her time does not make other lawyers want to respond to your question.