I have a person that is blankly harassing me, stalking me, and more recently decided to take their harassment
to a site that maintains tax preparer credentials. They continue to come back after the site removed very abusive comments they post under fake names and locations. On additional they post defamation
on other sites and believe they are "getting way with it". The post are averaging at least two a week now and no signs of stopping.
The response to a public cease and desist was this. I was advise not to respond nor communicate with the poster as they make attempts to try to communicate and think they can simply do whatever they want. The new atte to at communication is this...Posted as a review on tax buzz. Tax buzz has been taking down these false reviews again and again. Why someone would stalk this site that does not utilized services and post something like this up is, also expressing guilt in the harassment.
I need to know what can be done. They are trying to find justification for abusive postings, staking and harassment.
"I never used her services but she looks attractive. I just use turbotax or taxact, which makes filing taxes pretty easy. I'm surprised people still use services like this. With regards ***** ***** legal threats she has posted though I think something can be said to that.(###) ###-####Unlawful use of computerized communication systems This law tries to criminalize annoying, abusive, and offensive speech. It was a law passed in 1995, a year before the a similar law was passed on the federal level called communication decency act of 1996. The communication decency act was declared unconstitutional. Other states like new york struck down "anti-harassment" laws similar to Wisconsin's unlawful use of a communication system. Someone shouldn't have to be afraid about losing their freedoms for posting something annoying or offensive online. If you are being charged with this law, issue a constitutional challenge to that law. This goes directly against the first amendment to make a law which violates someone's rights to express themselves."