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Someone is going to put me on the Internet without my permission if I ask her to take it down and she doesn't can I sue

Westminster, CO |

I am 12 and this is a school project

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Good question. It depends on what type of picture she is posting and in what type of posting she is referencing you. Does she mention you by name? I would address this with the school administration and the teacher handling the project first and foremost about your lack of comfort with the situation. Good luck

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You should bring this up with your teacher and/or the school administration, like your counselor, and most importantly, your parents. Neither your picture or your name should be posted on the Internet without your permission. Under Colorado law, you have a right of privacy and own the right over your image, and nobody can use the same without your permission.

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