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Mugshots.com Owners Arrested | On Wednesday, May 16th, California brought the hammer down on the four alleged owners of Mugshots.com. Sahar Sarid, Kishore Vidya Bhavnanie, David Usdan, and Thomas Keesee were arrested on multiple charges, including extortion, money laundering, and identity theft.
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Failure to comply would result in their mugshots showing up online forever.
Yes, all arrest information is public knowledge. Mug shot websites do have the right to publish this content.
But, these guys got greedy.
Mugshots.com violated many California laws, as well as those in many other states.
And if they don’t comply, they will receive hefty fines and/or prison time.
What Happens To These Mug shot Sites Now?
Under the Freedom of Information Act, database websites are free to post booking info, including mugshots.
In that case, all you need to remove those images is to hire a mugshot removal specialist or attorney. That is, if they obey current internet privacy laws.
NetReputation.com has the tools and technology to de-list your info from search engines. Often, they can remove your criminal record from the web altogether. Of course, providing legal documents may help with automatic removal.
After this new California law went into effect, mugshot website owners no longer simply remove content from their sites.
So, not only is it more difficult to delete that unwanted content, but your arrest information is now at the mercy of private websites!
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And if we fail to remove that photo? We offer your money back on any removals that fall short.
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