Tag Archives: social media
Identity Theft – What is the Real Story?
Identity theft can be characterized as a major scourge in society today. It has become a growing danger, and as such it currently is often labeled cybercrime and/or cyber espionage, with this fraud on the public becoming so pernicious that even major nationwide firms such as Target, eBay and Home-Depot; as well as financial giants … Read More
By | Published October 10, 2014 | Posted in Criminal Defense, Elder Abuse, General Public Interest | Tagged cell phones, communications, criminal evidence, cyber espionage, cybercrime, cybersecurity, cyberwar, eavesdropping, email, FBI, First Amendment, fraud crimes, hacking, identity theft; theif, mobile devices, National Security Agency, NSA, police report, right to privacy, search engines, social media, spying, text | Comments Off on Identity Theft – What is the Real Story?
CA Judge Considers Sex Offenders on Social Media (Sam Spital)
Commentary by San Diego Sex Crimes Defense & Criminal Attorney Sam Spital: “On Monday, December 17, 2012, KNBC Channel 7 online edition contained a story regarding a hearing before the United States District Court and the validity of a recent 81% voter-approved initiative commonly referred to as Proposition 35 requiring registered sex offenders (RSO’s) to … Read More
By | Published December 18, 2012 | Posted in Sex Crimes | Tagged RSO, sex offenders, social media | Comments Off on CA Judge Considers Sex Offenders on Social Media (Sam Spital)