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Did Tumblr secretly ban revenge porn without telling anybody?! Its Community Guidelines page says it was last modified on January 26, 2015.  I think it’s gaslighting me, though because I swear the “private photos of your ex’s junk (no matter how remarkable)” was not on the list of reportable privacy violations when I last visited.

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C. A. Goldberg x FUTURE

November 11, 2015


According to the New York Times, calling somebody a “Court Street Lawyer” was such an insult that forty years ago a lawyer sued for it.
Former borough president Marty Markowitz once said, “Brooklyn lawyers are legendary. . .We might not be white shoes; let’s just say we’re tan shoes.

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According to local news, two 14-year-old boys were arrested after one of them had a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl and the other filmed it. The video then circulated around Kings Park High School in Long Island. Unlike other cases of late, this district took a firm stance against the individuals harboring the illicit sex tape on their phones.

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11-7-15: Update :  We now know that the photos were not consensual.  It was a competitive game with points attached to specific photographs. The boy with the largest collection was dubbed “the pimp of pictures.”  This is yet another reason why our revenge porn laws cannot contain language requiring that the offender have the “intent to harass,

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We now take New Jersey cases!  C. A. Goldberg, PLLC is crossing the Hudson.  Manifest DestiNJ!

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ADAM, ESQ.!!!!!!!

October 28, 2015


Our favorite law grad passed the NYS Bar!!! Congratulations, Adam Massey. Just stay in your lane a couple months longer until after character and fitness.

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Things got interesting on September 23, 2015 at the Working Session on Online Harassment hosted by Google Ideas.  Google’s goal for the session was to join a community of experts to learn from one another, and to brainstorm future solutions for mitigating online harassment.  We talked about what works and doesn’t work in stopping online harassment and what Google can do about it.

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Yesterday it was reported that Jenifer Lopez is being threatened with the release of a sexual tape. The video reportedly features nudity and “spanking.” 1997, Jenifer Lopez married “waiter” Ojani Noa; it was the Lopez’s first marriage, and undoubtedly the highpoint of the groom’s life.   Like many people, Noa shot footage on the honeymoon,

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We are thrilled to announce that Adam Massey has joined the firm! Adam graduated this past spring from Cardozo School of Law where he was a Paulsen Scholar. He earned his chops in summer ’14 being our extraordinary summer associate, and to our astonishment he was already geeked out on civil rights and privacy law.

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Earlier this week week, Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 676 into law. The law is California’s third law addressing the nonconsensual distribution of intimate images (aka revenge porn). Meanwhile mold grows in Albany on Ed Braunstein –D’s languishing revenge porn, A08214-A. Day after day this firm is contacted by desperate New Yorkers whose sexual privacy was invaded by people distributing their images without consent.

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