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Sometime posted degratory false information about me and my family. They posted my underage daughter's phone number my family's location. I contacted them several times to b remove the false information they refused. Anti-Cyberstalking Law in California make "Doxing" and P.C. 653.2 Electronic Cyber Harassment Law makes it a crime to send electronic communications (such as emails or text) with the intent of placing the recipient in reasonable fear for his or her safety or that of his or her immediate family. (Includes posting "personal identifying information", "digital or other images of a person", or "electronic message of a harassing nature." PC 646.9 "Willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly follow or harass another person and make a credible threat with the intent to place the person in reasonable fear for his safety or, he safety of his or her immediate family." The offending individual's conduct meets all three elements of the statute that must be proved for a criminal conviction (the offense can be a felony): "Doxing," which constitutes a form of cyberstalking under P.C. 646.9. "Doxing" is defined as collecting information on an individual and making that information public to irritate, harass, intimidate, or stalk the victim. The offending party has used "doxing" in the following illegal ways: 1. Identity theft 2. Disclosing personal and sensitive information. 3. Publishing personal identifying information online like real names, phone numbers, addresses. and other identifying and sensitive information. Violation can be a felony carrying a sentence of up to one (1) year in jail, mandatory treatment in a mental health facility, and up to 1,000 fine.