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Don't Impersonate Your Spouse on Line.

Don't impersonate your spouse on line. Doing so is a violation of the Texas Penal Code section 33.07. It's a 3rd degree felony! Being mad and getting even with your spouse or significant other is not worth the fall out. That statute is worth reading before you go online and do a hatchet job. It's illegal to use the name or persona of another person without consent and with the intent to harm, defraud, intimidate or threaten any person to create a web page or post or send meesages on or through a commercial social netwoking site (like Facebook, Linkedin).

It's also an offense if you send an email, text, or instant message posing as someone else, without permission, intending to cause harm or defraud any person.

This is a serious statute with serious consequences. Think before you act. Consult an experienced family law attorney. W Tyler Moore, wtm@wtylermoore.com, 713-322-3950

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