Fb pics saved by unknw person


What if someone gets into FB profile & starts copying all ur latest pics without my consent by using someone else id to collect my day to day activity.....like goin with frends or parties......is it breach of security or privacy breach or stalking.....

Reason i m askin is my opponent lawyer has produced all my pics in court and my wife is claiming false statement of extra marital affair...

Can i counter file for breach of security or stalking under I.T act under which section

Can whats app chats be authenticated if i hve taken  a screenshot....is screenshot authenticated

 
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Lawyer, Scholar

How can a anybody other than those permitted by you access your FB material, if you chose your FB privacy options correctly.

In any event, if the pictures are such as cannot lead to a reasonable possibility of extra-marital affair there is nothing anybody can gain from them [I was dying to use a more desi phrase for it, but let it be] (and extra-marital affair ain't a joke of holding hands with opposite se.x buddy); if they are such as to lead to such assumption or conclusion, you had no business to publicly share them in the first place and you deserve it.

And so far as activity log is concerned, I don't think ANYBODY except the user himself can view it (somebody correct me if I'm mistaken). 

There is no breach of your security or stalking to form any offence under the IT Act. Yes your privacy was breached...sorry you don't live in Europe and there is no law to give you an actionable right for breach of privacy.

Nobody can authenticate WhatsApp messages as primary evidence at the moment in India for the reason that they are encrypted end-to-end and nobody except the sender and the recipient, not even WhatsApp Inc., can intercept or decrypt them, A screenshot may be proved as secondary evidence.

 
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Originally posted by : Chirag
What if someone gets into FB profile & starts copying all ur latest pics without my consent by using someone else id to collect my day to day activity.....like goin with frends or parties......is it breach of security or privacy breach or stalking.....

Reason i m askin is my opponent lawyer has produced all my pics in court and my wife is claiming false statement of extra marital affair...

Can i counter file for breach of security or stalking under I.T act under which section

 

If you have posted the pics as Public Post in FB and your wife or lawyer on her behalf take printout of same and produce in the court then it is not stalking or breach of security

 
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But it is correct only pics with other lady will not prove any offence or extra marital affair.

 
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FIN

In today's world the male and female interact at work place and social place.

Counter the allegations. 

 
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If you post a picture on Facebook and share it with people then you voluntarily waive your expectation of privacy with the group you have shared with. You cannot go back and claim they were private. 

Just hanging out with some girl does not mean you are having extra marital affair. If you wife produces pictures of you eating lunch with a girl, you should produce pictures of yourself eating lunch with 5 other girls and ask her if you are having affair with all of them?

The girl whom she is alleging to be involved in affair can pursue case of defamation against your wife. If the pictures of some woman have been brought on court record with such allegation then that woman's reputation is definitely being tarnished. She is not involved in your marital dispute and is being dragged into the matter falsely. This gives her enough cause to pursue civil as well as criminal remedies. 

 
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Lawyer, Scholar

 Or maybe produce pictures of all-guys-only lunches too wink

 
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Dy Director

It is a vague query

 

who posted the pictures?

why posted the picture?

whoc copies?

why copies?

 
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chose your FB privacy options correctly.and if u know who has copied you pics and is misusing file complaint in nearest police station Read more at: http://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/Fb-pics-saved-by-unknw-person-147119.asp
 
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Legal Consultant

When your privacy settings are so, you cant blame fb or others.

Instead of trying to blame them, try to find grounds on merits. Dont waste time.

Mean while change your fb settings.

Regards

 

 
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