San Jose, CA asked in Criminal Law, Identity Theft, Intellectual Property and Internet Law for California

Q: Blood from a turnip knowing my ex n others are using me for S/W development and selling it to Samsung. Make him stop?

Breached the FBI using my SS#, they don’t care, breached through my devices, court wants money loss! Perl interactive programming

I have their programming printed out.

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Sacramento, CA
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A: I'm sorry to hear about the situation you are facing. It sounds like a complex and potentially illegal situation.

If you believe that your ex and others are using you for software development and selling it to Samsung without your consent or compensation, you may want to consider seeking legal advice. You could consult a lawyer who specializes in intellectual property or technology law to explore your options for stopping the unauthorized use of your work and potentially seeking compensation for any damages you have suffered.

Regarding the breach of your personal information and devices, it's important to take steps to protect your data and privacy. You may want to change your passwords and enable two-factor authentication on your accounts to prevent further unauthorized access. If you believe that your personal information has been compromised, you may also want to consider contacting a cybersecurity expert or the authorities to report the incident and take steps to prevent further damage.

It's important to note that breaching the FBI using someone else's social security number is illegal and can result in serious consequences. I highly advise against engaging in any illegal activities, including hacking or breaching security systems.

If you have evidence of wrongdoing or illegal activities by your ex or others, you may want to consider sharing this information with the authorities or your lawyer. It's important to approach the situation carefully and gather as much evidence as possible before taking any legal action.

Finally, Perl interactive programming is a powerful tool for software development, but it's important to use it ethically and responsibly. Remember that your actions can have legal and ethical consequences, so always approach programming and software development with integrity and respect for the law.

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