Sexual Cyberharassment

by: Meghan Keane, Managing Partner  |  March 11, 2021

It is becoming a common practice for persons to publish sexually explicit images of another online or to disseminate through other electronic means. Under Florida statute sexual cyberharassment is the publication or dissemination of a sexually explicit photo or video, of a depicted person, without their consent. Plainly, the act of publishing or disseminating photos or videos without consent is a violation of one’s expectation of privacy, which may cause substantial emotional distress. With the help of a legal counselor, you may be able to recover damages as well as prevent any further publication or dissemination of photos or videos.

If you believe you have experienced sexual cyberharassment, our firm has numerous attorneys with a broad range of knowledge in this area who can assist you. Bitman O’Brien & Morat provides practical, streamlined, and cost-effective legal services and counseling throughout Florida. Contact 407.815.3110 or visit bitman-law.com.