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When a person misconstrues your private information, shares

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When a person misconstrues your private information, shares it with "others" without permission, causes malice, results in defamation of character and the "others" affecting your credibility, reputation and results in disrespect; when is it considered a legal issue?
Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Personal Injury Law
Expert:  P. Simmons replied 3 months ago.

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It is a "legal issue" the moment it harms your reputation. IF someone lies about you AND the lies harm your reputation? Then it is considered defamation and can be the basis for a lawsuit

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