Results for - Unlawful posting of a message
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1. Two friends parted ways, and one went on (with hurt feelings) to get back at the other, posting things on FB like: She's a slut, We all know her skanky ways, She's a tall skinny coke head, Don't catch an STD from her, as well as posting the ex-friend's phone number. According to Michigan law, the following apply: (PC 750.411s) Posting the message is intended to cause the victim to feel terrorized, frightened, intimidated, threatened, harassed, or molested. Conduct arising from posting the message that actually causes the victim to suffer emotional distress and to feel terrorized, frightened, intimidated, threatened, harassed, or molested. Because the victim felt harassed and received unwanted phone calls, the poster could be charged with a $5000 fine and up to 2 years in jail (charged with one count of unlawful posting of a message). Have you had anything like this happen to you?
2. If you did, was it reported and charges followed through?
3. California has cyberstalking laws, does your state or country (Canada)?
4. There is a person in my family, and if you hurt his person's feelings, make them mad, or make them aware of a situation that is wrong they will send letter after letter after letter. And they have been known to send nasty gifts to the offender. Have you had this happen or of the like?
5. I have no communication with this person anymore, but was aware of their activity way before there was internet. Do you think that the letters and gifts constitute stalking?
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