C. A. Goldberg PLLC - Internet Privacy & Sexual Consent Lawyer in Brooklyn
Brooklyn law firm focused on revenge porn litigation, internet privacy rights, and sexual consent cases. Founded by Carrie Goldberg.
you aren't crazy. the situation is.
INTERNET PRIVACY AND SEXUAL CONSENT LAW FIRM
We get IT
C. A. Goldberg, PLLC, is a New York law firm that represents individuals who are under attack. Our objective is to keep our clients safe and to get their lives back on track ASAP. Advocacy and litigation are how we do it. Our cases involve Internet Privacy and Abuse, Domestic Violence and Sexual Consent.
Carrie Goldberg, Esq., is a Board Member at the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative and its www.endrevengeporn.org project; a member of a handful of DV and Bar Committees; Cosmopolitan Magazine's Aug 2014 issue named her a "Fun Fearless Female" for her work as a "Cyber-Crusader." Carrie frequently speaks about sexual privacy at law schools; sits on AG Kamala Harris' Cyber Exploitation Task Force and its Law Enforcement subcommittee; is active in legislative reform to criminalize revenge porn. She is admitted to practice in NYS Supreme 1st Dept., and Eastern and Southern Federal District Courts.
WE STOP IT
Our goal is to get you back on track. There are long-term and short-term ways to do this. Some examples of how we stop abuse and online attacks:
- Orders of Protection
- Help you report a crime
- Intervene with social media
- Sue to stop the harm
- Sue to get you compensation for what you've endured
- Proceedings to de-anonymize harassers and trolls
- Register your copyright
- Search engine rehab
- Online content removal
- Advocate for the Complainant at school disciplinary hearings
- Injunction/restraining order to prevent release of naked pictures or videos
SUPPORTIVE IN THE OFFICE, FIERCE IN THE COURTROOM
If you are seeking our representation, chances are something has gone horribly wrong. The other people in your life may not know exactly how to help you or what to say. Maybe you haven't even told them. Sadly some vicious people feel entitled to destroy things for others. You aren't at fault for being the target of that destruction. Attacks sometimes come from the people we trusted the most -- people we dated, loved, to whom we confided our most intimate details. That still doesn't make it your fault. Being under attack is a lonely and isolating experience. Most of our clients feel like nobody understands. We understand awful situations. Every single client of ours comes to us with one. You are not alone.
The Internet is heaven and hell. With our increasingly digital lives, the distinction between online and offline has faded away. So if something bad is happening to you online, it's probably impacting all areas of your life. There's no easy way to unsubscribe or log out of online abuse. The Internet is where we communicate, shop, date, game, work, blog, publish. And for some cowards, it's where they abuse, humiliate, and harm.
SO, WHAT SEEMS TO BE THE PROBLEM?
My underage son/daughter/client/patient has been harmed or is at risk of being harmed