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C. A. Goldberg, PLLC

It’s common for many people who experience privacy violations to feel unsure about asking for help. But contacting a law firm does not have to be scary or intimidating. We believe that anyone who realizes they don’t have to face their problem alone is making an empowering decision. We get many calls from potential clients every day.

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PRESS RELEASE

March 29, 2017

VICTIMS’ RIGHTS LAW FIRM EXPANDS LEGAL SERVICES TO ADDRESS VIOLENT ANTI-ABORTION TERRORISM
Brooklyn, NY – C.A. Goldberg, PLLC is a law firm that fights for targets of online harassment, sexual assault, and blackmail. Today the constitutional right to decide whether or not to have a child is in true jeopardy due to the systemic harassment of individuals associated with abortion care.

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Carrie Goldberg can soon put ‘published author’ next to her name. She recently snagged a book deal with Penguin Books. Check out the deal announcement from Publisher’s Marketplace.
Carrie Goldberg’s FAIRER SEX: From the Frontlines of Stalking, Sextortion, and Revenge Porn, a prescriptive memoir by a lawyer described as “Gloria Allred meets Jessica Jones,”

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The Global Gag Rule, re-introduced by President Trump yesterday, isn’t a new thing. Republican presidents have kept enforcing the ban since the mid-80s. Democratic presidents keep revoking it.
The punitive policy states that any foreign, non-governmental organization that receives funding from the U.S. cannot perform or even discuss abortion with its patients. The rule dismisses the fact that healthcare organizations affected by this ban provide other,

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The Opportunity: C.A. Goldberg, PLLC is hiring a full-time Office Assistant. We are a growing litigation firm in Brooklyn that fights for victims of privacy invasions and sexual assault. Our cases involve nonconsensual pornography, online harassment, blackmail, rape, domestic violence, and Title IX lawsuits. Our mission is to use litigation to change the status quo of sexual exploitation,

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Little can be said to soothe the pain of what happened this past Tuesday. We’ve finally turned our ears away from the relentless screeching of the 24-hour news cycle and let the realization that Donald Trump is our 45th President wash over us. The cries of celebration come strongest from a group of people who are cited as the Silent Majority.

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Just don’t take naked pictures. 
It’s your fault for sending them in the first place. 
I would never be stupid enough to email videos of myself.
You asked for it.
That’s only a small sampling of the punitive knee-jerk responses victims of revenge porn constantly hear. Unsurprisingly, it’s a variant of the same victim-blaming that has plagued the anti-sexual assault movement for decades.

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Sextortion is a terrifying and de-humanizing crime that feeds off victims’ shame. Sextortion is like extortion, except that instead of demanding money, the blackmailer demands the victim engage in a sex act, such as posing for naked pictures or masturbating in front of a webcam. The most common form of sextortion is executed through social media.

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We are all one moment away from meeting the person intent on destroying our life. One moment you are wooed by the charm and attention. And then WHAMFUCKINGBAM you’re in an isolated relationship with a sadistic person and are his/her hobby. No cuts or bruises necessary. Emotional abuse is stealth and torturous and can lead to murder.

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Helloooooo Congress!

September 30, 2016

Extraordinary panel at the Canon legislative building discussing federal anti-revenge porn legislation — the Intimate Privacy Protection Act.  Thank you to our moderator Daniel Castro of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF). Carrie is joined by Representative Jackie Speier (CA-D), the President of the National Organization of Women —

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