My company is SaaS system provider, take care of customer's data, we have some bank customers in the US. but for saving money, we outsource database administrators, system engineers job to our China's branch, these engineers access the SaaS system and data remotely from China, is it legal?
Our thread of emails between us and our supplier was somehow intercepted. Over email the person told us the bank information had changed. We sent the wire to the account that was advised. We got the goods. Whoever hacked my suppliers email cut the email communication between us off since they... View More
You have fallen victim to one of the pitfalls of email versus telephone.
Your problem is more complex than can be answered here. You need to contact a good International Lawyer, either in your city, or NYC if you are close. Your facts are "too skinny" for someone on a question...View More
I live in New Jersey. I am 25 years old. I just found out that my mother placed a tracking app on my phone called AT&T Secure Family. I heard that it's against the law to put a tracking app on an adult's phone without permission. It's only legal when you are a child, but when you... View More
There is not a suit for money damages in my opinion. But if you want to spend attorneys fees to investigate their might be someone who will take your money. If you believe your privacy was criminality violated you can ask the police to prosecute. But the family secure app may require a family...View More
I got an email regarding the job offer, when I asked about details they didn't mention anything and sent the cheque directly through email. I declined the offer. I asked them to cancel the cheque. They mentioned once it is initiated they cant cancel and forced me to deposit and transfer their... View More
You should never deposit a check like that unless you call the bank it is drawn on to verify the funds. Even as an attorney, I have gotten suspicious checks, and I always call. Report it to the NJ Dept of Banking and Insurance. You should not have a problem. Good luck.
While you may not be able to do much to force the school to take action, there is a criminal offense in NJ pertaining to cyber-harassment (found on this site by searching for 2C:33-4.1) and you could file a complaint at the police department against those bullying her under that statute. That said,...View More
They were dating, he was recording while they were together so she had knowledge Did they have to wait for him to become 18? What is the worst cast scenario? He’s being charged with invasion of privacy and cyber bullying
I am 20 yrs old and began business with a friend (no corp, llc or agreement). I developed a following and good feed-back rating through Instagram (the sales and feedback are 95% mine all good). I rented space at trade shows, invested in a professional to create a online website purchased and gave... View More
Correspondence between event info and I resulted in this response:
"You are welcome to take pictures and bring your camera, but agrees not to transmit, distribute, or sell (or aid in transmitting, distributing, or selling), any media now or hereafter existing, any description,... View More
It's actually quite common for event-holders to restrict the use of intellectual property rights to the activities occurring within their event space -- Just as you would not be permitted to post live action of an NFL game that you attended, it's reasonable for this event to restrict the...View More
new account. Being neither of us knew her card was charged she disputed it. Paypal has a certain way they deal with it, so they pull the money from the person who was paid.It does not mean that that's the final result.PayPal hasn't made a decision yet, but he went to the police and... View More
Unfortunately it sounds like you are in the wrong and liable criminally for using the wrong card as ebay does have you choose a card number in the order form, and you are supposed to review and confirm this, thus your fault. Hopefully, you won't get charged with anything as they are giving...View More
As a minor, what New Jersey laws protect my online privacy and to what extent can school search my online history/see? Are they allowed to see what I did and possibly use it against me to hurt me etc? Can they keep my info? Or does it vary school by school. I need to know for my project Thanks a... View More
Several factors can apply but most information posted on the web is public and you have no right to privacy for most public information. If you need more specific information you will need to take an appointment with a lawyer which most will charge you for.
My husband assaulted me and when I filled a TRO he posited nude photos online for my parents, children, And the world to see. He sent me text messages to ask me how my family likes the photos. These pictures were takien without my permission by way of screenshot during a conversation through the... View More
Assuming the TRO is limited to the assault, a non-consensual posting of sexually explicit photographs is a criminal offense at both the state and federal levels. You should contact a New Jersey Family Law attorney to get this resolved.
an invasion of my privacy? Can I sue him as a result? Also if his friends have hacked into my cellphone to obtain private information and set up fake websites, like fake Google, can I build a case of intrusion upon seclusion for the mental anguish that I'm experiencing as a result? Can I also... View More
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