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The summons will be sent to her house or apartment she will be offered to pay a $300 finer or more all depends if she pleas guilty than she won't go to jail with paying finebut if she pleas not guilty there will be hearing.
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Exactly what I was thinking. If you can screenshot anything at all to prove this or online harassment would help too
It doesn't have to be cyber-police, which some police agencies have. You can report it to your law-enforcement, since hacking & identity-theft are often illegal in jurisdictions across the globe.
@N192K001 I actually did go to my local law enforcement, but they couldn't do shit. They said I had to take it up with facebook and Google. So I changed my email and password, but they still have my gmail account.And they didn't just hack my facebook, they threatened to send dirty pics to all my family and friends if I didn't agree to give them money or do them a sexual favor, it was so fucked up.
The Hell‽ Aren't you in the U. S?Did you go to town/city police (which has a small budget)? Perhaps, you should go to better-funded State police or the F. B. I. That's blackmail, which is highly illegal. Did they sent the treat after you went to the police or before?www.fbi.gov/.../viewwww.cnbc.com/.../...cams-on-the-rise-says-fbi.htmlAnd while this law-firm has a profit-motive for posting this, their tips probably do have a point.www.cagoldberglaw.com/.../www.cagoldberglaw.com/.../
@N192K001 Yes I am in the U. S, yes I went to the local police, and yes they sent me the threat before I went to the police.
In that case… 「If you believe you’re a victim of sextortion, or know someone else who is, call your local FBI office or toll-free at 1-800-CALL-FBI.」www.fbi.gov/.../viewHacking is already illegal, as is identity-theft. But they added even sextortion. If local police can't deal with this crime, the F. B. I. will.
@N192K001 Like I mentioned before, I already went ahead and changed my facebook login information (email and password), but they still have my Google email and I'm afraid of what else they could do with it.And even I did go to the FBI, I don't see how much good it would do seeing as I've already deleted the texts from the threatening hacker off my phone, so I wouldn't have any evidence.
So long as you surrender your phone and give your relevant authorizing-info (passcodes, passwords, etc.) to the F. B. I. when they ask, they have the technology to 'un-delete' or still access the data in your device's hard-drive.
@N192K001 Okay, I will do that as soon as I can. Once again, to reiterate I changed my login info for facebook, so they can't log back in. But can they do anything else with my Google email?
abcnews.go.com/.../story?id=15470999How much of it can be retrieved will depend on a number of factors, so the best thing is to not delete the evidence. But if it already has been, only their tech-experts can help now. I'd recommend shutting-down your phone for now (until the F. B. I. inspect the device), update your loved-ones on the situation, ask them to spread word, and use another phone (even a cheap phone-card phone) until law-enforcement returns your phone.
I'd recommend shutting-down your phone for now (until the F. B. I. inspect the device), update your loved-ones on the situation face-to-face, ask them to spread word among your loved-ones (so they're not caught off-guard in case the hackers so send them reputation-destroying info… and they know to forward the info to the F. B. I. as early as possible), and use another phone (even a cheap phone-card phone) until law-enforcement returns your phone.
@N192K001 I will definitely do that, thanks so much.
They can probably best advise you on that, as experts in the field. I would not be surprised if they can pull some strings to get that done, but I'm not too sure about that. I hope they can, though.May your Gmail-account be restored you and the perpetrators be caught!