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Internet and Cyber Crimes cases are serious. Technology is constantly changing and evolving. So too are the methods to conduct criminal activity using technology and the internet. In the old days, “spamming” was leading the pack. Now, there are a variety of criminal charges that can stem from alleged misuse of technology. The State of Florida has dedicated task forces to investigating criminal activities that use the internet, and the federal government has joined the fight. The investigations can be intense, and the consequences great. The following is a non-exhaustive list of the types of internet crimes that are commonly prosecuted. If you or someone you care about has been accused of an internet crime, don’t hesitate to contact Redavid Law PLLC. Jordan Redavid, Esq. grew up with the internet; some attorneys are still figuring out what it is. Call now! (305) 938-9939.
“Phishing” occurs when someone unlawfully sends an email or text message that appears legitimate but truly intends on getting other people to divulge sensitive or private information, like credit card and bank account details. Sometimes, these campaigns will appear to come from very credible companies. The point is this: just as the internet can be used to facilitate crime, it’s also used by law enforcement agencies — both state and federal — to investigate. Some attorneys are not tech savvy enough to know how to deal with these cases.
Cyberbullying & Cyberstalking
Using a phone, computer, or tablet to communicate to harass another person through electronic means can be a crime. In recent times, these “cyberbullying” and “cyberstalking” cases have garnered national media attention. But even beyond the media, police agencies have begun to focus on these cases. Don’t fight these cases alone.
Malware & Spyware
Stealing another person’s identity does not have to mean that you take on their entire life as if it were your own. Making a commercial transaction online using someone else’s credit card, or opening lines of credit under someone else’s name all qualify. Sometimes, people are framed as identity thieves when in fact they are actually victims. These cases can be very complicated and require a lot of attention to detail. Don’t hesitate, call the Miami Internet Crimes Attorney at Redavid Law PLLC to discuss your identity theft case. (305) 938-9939.
Using or sending malicious software (commonly referred to as “malware”) can be a crime. These cases usually arise when a virus, Trojan, or worm is used to gain access to another’s computer. “Spyware” involves the use of any technology whereby someone gains access to another’s computer or personal information without authorization. It usually happens on a continuing basis.
Don’t hesitate, call the Miami internet crimes attorney at Redavid Law, PLLC to discuss your identity theft case at (305) 938-9939. Or Email Jordan.