Owens Cross Roads, AL asked in Internet Law, Personal Injury and Libel & Slander for Alabama

Q: For my job I sent someone a letter via mail. He posted it on Facebook but changed his name on it to "Corn Man."

He also removed the street number of his address and removed my last name of my signature. Then in the actual post he addressed me by my last name. Is this legal?

1 Lawyer Answer

A: Could be copyright infringement, but since it was your letter, hard to claim defamation since the truth is an absolute defense.

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