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I could not locate case law in VA but other state cases can be used as persuasive argument (versus binding precedent) particularly when that state's case law has not addressed the issue.
A criminal impersonation statute "prohibits persons from impersonating someone “in such assumed character with intent to obtain a benefit or to injure or defraud another.” People v Golb, 23 N.Y.3d 455, 466 (N.Y. 2014).
VA legislature currently has a bill pending re: digital impersonation:
If a person's civil rights is violated at work (see here for examples) the employee can sue for actual damages and exemplary damages (ie punitive damages designed to punish the defendant).
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