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0 Answers | Asked in Internet Law for Tennessee on
Q: COPPA and youtube description?

Was starting a new youtube channel with my 5 year old son and the content and channel would be "made for kids"- concerning the COPPA rules that got enforced on youtube back in Jan 2020, I can't find clear cut information on what is allowed in the youtube descriptions? In the... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Family Law and Internet Law for Tennessee on
Q: Anonymous internet stalker/bully/harassment, filing false CPS claims…. Can I seek legal action? Where do I begin?

Long story short, for a few years I have had an anonymous person all over my social media, harassing myself and my children… False accusations, lies, defamation, sick claims against me…. And they have gone as far as to file claims with CPS, all of which were investigated, interviewed, tested,... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law and Internet Law for Massachusetts on
Q: Is sales tax required to be collected for digital software downloads in MA?

I’m trying to understand if sales tax is to be collected for digital downloads (canned software developed by me)? I reside in MA but my business is 100% hosted online by a cloud provider. I read that the MA SC ruled in 2020 that only digital software sales made for use in MA require sales tax... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Internet Law and Juvenile Law for Mississippi on
Q: between 2 minors, what are the charges for electronic harrassment?

i was sent threats by a minor and her brother, and then there's videos of me confronting her with profanity and threats in person. her mom is now trying to press charges on me because of threats i sent BACK. what can i do? we're both 15

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Internet Law and Juvenile Law for North Carolina on
Q: Can a 20 year old date a 16 year old? Can the 20 year old keep contacting our granddaughter?

Our daughter asked us to pick up our granddaughter and bring here home with us. The 20 year old keeps contacting her over the internet and has been told to not contact her again. My granddaughter is in 11th grade and is in college. College is where she met this 20 year old. What can we do about... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Gaming and Internet Law for Washington on
Q: If I did a poker tournament over a discord channel with a crypto pot and entry amount to play, could I do that?

It would be over a community discord channel with a google form and amount of crypto needed to deposit into a wallet to play, that wallet would go to the winners

0 Answers | Asked in Communications Law, Gov & Administrative Law, Civil Rights and Internet Law for New York on
Q: My question is about 4th and 1st amendment rights on the internet, involving government directed actions

If a sitting congressman doesn't like the content of my speech, and demands that social media ban me for my speech, after the social media company confirmed that my speech was not in violation of their TOS, and then the social media bans me for the speech due to the US congressmans direction,... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Internet Law for California on
Q: What happens if district attorney doesn’t show up in court ?

They offered me a deal I decline and the next court date I was the first one called and the DA wasn’t there

Dan Moseley
Dan Moseley answered on Jan 3, 2022

Commonly the court waits until a deputy DA shows up, or otherwise continues the case for one to two weeks. Like the rest of us, sometimes they are just delayed for legitimate reasons.

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0 Answers | Asked in Internet Law and Trademark for Pennsylvania on
Q: Sue CYBERSQUATTER under Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (ACPA) for squatting my business name web domain

Less than a week after filing my business trademark application to, a cybersquatter registered my very unique business name .com web domain and now the page clearly shows that it has been registered with the sole purpose of selling it back to me for a ridiculous amount of money. Can... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Business Law, Gov & Administrative Law and Internet Law on
Q: Is trading, owning or transecting and withdrawing them legal in Bangladesh?

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0 Answers | Asked in Federal Crimes, Internet Law, Legal Malpractice and Sexual Harassment for Tennessee on
Q: How do I obtain an attorney? Murder, terror, human trafficking, fraud, cyber terror. police won't intervene. Bedfordtn

In 2017 I was almost murdered, my daughter trafficked, my identity stolen, and cyber terror used to prevent me from obtaining legal help or aid. Child support that had been terminated in same year, was reinstated on A decentralized medium to incarcerated me continuously, illegally, and it is just... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Copyright, Products Liability, Internet Law and Trademark on
Q: Game name: SEABORG but Seaborg trademark is already claimed. Is it possible for me to publish the game under same name?
Robert Kost
Robert Kost answered on Dec 27, 2021

It all depends on what classification(s) the other "Seaborg" names are registered under. Just as there is an "Apple Bank" and an "Apple Computer", the Seaborg mark may be available for your game. You should hire an attorney to help you dig into this. Good luck!

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Criminal Law, Internet Law and Lemon Law for New York on
Q: reversing car sale that is marked as is after finding rolled back mileage on the car -NY state

bought a car that was advertised at 100K clean title in NY, private seller provided screenshot of vincheck to be clean.

on the bill of sale seller wrote As Is.

paid the seller and found out hours later after running the vin on the dealer site that the car has over 250K miles and... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Internet Law for Washington on
Q: Someone bought my ps4 online but I received the money for it but never sent it

Now they're threatening to call the cops. But i can't refund thier money and my ps4 was stolen so I cannot send to them. What do I do?

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Internet Law and Trademark for California on
Q: Can I sue Alibaba or the supplier in China

I recently ordered ebikes from Alibaba with trade assurance guarantee. Items were delivered to my China warehouse damaged. I filed a dispute but they are not accepting a return nor providing a discount or send a refund. There are so many frauds. I am a complete victim with proof. How can I fight... Read more »

Ian Pike
Ian Pike answered on Dec 9, 2021

As a general rule of thumb, you can file a lawsuit naming anyone, including a business entity, as a defendant. To sue Alibaba, or another foreign company, here in California you would need to be able to establish jurisdiction over all of the defendants just to bring them into court. If you have an... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Civil Rights and Internet Law for Illinois on
Q: Lawsuit I need pls no Illinois or Minneapolis lawyer pls agsinst a Illinois judge Shapiro he giving my wife spcL treat

marie the one who has Illinois judge Shapiro an special treatment personal against me

Alexander Ivakhnenko
Alexander Ivakhnenko answered on Dec 6, 2021

Even generally, in order to assess your particular legal situation involving a certain judge you must discuss all facts and details directly with a LICENSED attorney in the jurisdiction where you think the action took place.

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