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Perhaps the most common call I get from prospective clients involves a complaint that someone, usually a spouse in a divorce or child custody situation, or a rogue employee about to separate from his employer, has accessed the caller’s email account and read the caller’s emails without authorization. In plain language, someone has “hacked” their email account. Unfortunately, this type of cyber privacy violation is becoming extremely common. With the growth in popularity of texting on mobile devices, interception of mobile communications has also become increasingly common place, and is a major piece of my practice as well.
Luckily, the law has many powerful remedies for the unauthorized interception of electronic communications as I will describe below. However, to take advantage of these remedies you must act fast, usually within 180 days if the intrusion is to your email account. The critical evidence that you and your attorney need to prove your case is usually stored by the email service providers for only six months (or less in some circumstances). You may have even less time to act to preserve evidence in the case of intrusions to mobile communications.
Do not hesitate to contact an attorney who is knowledgeable in the field of electronic privacy violations as soon as you have reason to believe you have been hacked.
If you believe that your electronic communications or data have been intercepted or accessed from online storage without your authorization, and you would like to pursue a just remedy, call or email Abrams Cyber Law & Forensics, LLC today. (843) 216-1100. email@example.com