Do the parents of this child know what is going on and what is being posted?
What did CPS say to you about the situation?
Federal law protects them from having child pornographic images displayed online on any website but there are no general federal laws that restrict or prohibit the amount of or the type of other kinds of pictures or personal information on the internet. And CPS cannot do anything because the mother is approving of the information being posted and although the information may be personal, it apparently is not offensive enough for CPS to get involved. However, if the child's father objects to these postings, then he can bring a motion in the family court for his ex wife (or girlfriend, as the case may be) to cease and desist these postings as an invasion of privacy and the family court will take these matters very seriously, I assure you. The father can get a motion form at the clerk's office of the family court and fill this out there at the court (he should ask the clerk if there are any volunteer lawyers that work at the court to help out laypeople who are trying to do file court papers without an attorney).
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