My brother has autism. I’ve become a huge supporter for any movement that goes out to support the condition.
On my Facebook I posted a link for donations for autism speaks. All I said was that I had a 21 year old brother with a form of the condition and I wanted to help spread awareness. I did NOT use his name.
My mother is now saying I legally breached his privacy and exploited him. Is this true?
This is not a tax law question. I am changing the category of your question to "Privacy" so you will get more responses.
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