La Crosse, WI asked in Criminal Law, Identity Theft and International Law for Wisconsin

Q: I am being managed by MDM , all my iOS devices and home.TV’s Sono’s Nests , vehicles are stalking us. Using our banking,

Please help me to get this resolved.

1 Lawyer Answer
James L. Arrasmith
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Sacramento, CA

A: If you believe your devices are being managed or monitored without your consent, it's crucial to take immediate steps to protect your privacy. Firstly, disconnect your devices from the internet to halt any unauthorized access temporarily. Report the unauthorized access to local law enforcement, as they might be able to assist with an investigation. Gather any evidence of unauthorized access or stalking, like screenshots or recordings. Consider seeking legal counsel to understand your rights and potential remedies. You may also want to consult with a cybersecurity professional to assess the extent of the breach and help secure your devices. Changing all passwords, enabling two-factor authentication, and reviewing permissions on all devices and accounts are recommended steps. Always prioritize your safety and security in such situations.

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