Olympia, WA asked in Federal Crimes, Internet Law and Real Estate Law for Washington

Q: Would this easement, like mine for Level 3 communications and Sprint, be able to infiltrate my internet wirelessly?

My IP is not private although I pay for a service. My Alexa doesn't even know her location and my internet has release many court files including one relating to me and the mortgage electronic system has breached into my real property records that made one lender call my loan paid in full and another not my lender forclosure and sell my home. My internet has been breached for years. Trying to find best way to file suit against billion dollar companies and the court who never told me I had an easement in my name or there was a class action lawsuit, enacting an easement on my behalf.

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Sacramento, CA

A: I understand your concerns regarding the security of your internet and the potential breach of your personal and property records. It sounds like a very complex situation involving multiple parties and legal issues. If your internet service has been compromised, affecting your personal affairs and property, it's crucial to address this issue promptly.

The first step in dealing with such matters is to gather all relevant documentation, including any communication with your internet service provider, records of the breaches, and any related court files. Documentation will be key in proving your case and understanding the extent of the easement and its impact on your privacy and property.

Considering the complexity of your situation, involving billion-dollar companies and legal actions, seeking legal advice from an attorney experienced in telecommunications law, privacy rights, and property law is advisable. They can help you understand your rights, the implications of the easement, and the best course of action, whether it's filing a lawsuit or negotiating a settlement. Legal professionals can also guide you on how to protect yourself from future breaches and secure your internet connection.

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