copy and provided business partner info to the other person demand, is considered fraudulent offence
Country relating to Question: United States
State (if USA): Texas
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not clear, co-incident intercepted my partner email and they have planed
It is not fraudulent, but it may be an invasion of privacy or the partnership agreement if done without permission.
penal code 32.51 TX law stated that clearly offensive indication,
The statute requires criminal intent and you have not indicated any criminal intent. If there was, then you should contact the state prosecutor's office.
the email did stated that after he gethering all my info and verified accurately then he will let she know what is going, is that consider threatening me and my family members,
Not in and of itself. However, you may want to give notice in writing that this person has no right to disseminate you personal information without your permission and that any adverse or criminal acts will be referred to the state prosecutor.
where do I need to file this complain to the correct authority office and
Relist: Inaccurate answer. Please explanation of this statement, (b) A person commits an offense if the person obtains, possesses, transfers, or uses identifying information of another person without the other person's consent and with intent to harm or defraud another.
As I said, there has to be an intent to harm, as stated in the statute. Contact the local county prosecutor's office and tell them you are concerned about potential ID theft and 32.51 violation. They will take it from there.
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