Mugshots | 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 in South Florida on multiple charges including extortion, money laundering, and identity theft.
Websites owners who do not comply will receive hefty fines and/or imprisonment
What this means for you
Under the Freedom of Information Act (https://www.foia.gov/), public database websites are free to post booking information along with mugshots. All anyone would need to do is hire a company similar to NetReputation.com or even an attorney if they are adherent to current internet privacy laws. NetReputation.com is able to have these sites de-list your information from appearing on Google’s search results, or they will unpublish the record altogether. Individuals who provide legal documents proving their charges were either dismissed, expunged, acquitted or reduced to a different violation, their information must be removed as well.
After implementing this new California statue, mugshot site owners’ are simply no longer removing content from their mugshots sites. Not only is it more difficult to have content removed. Arrestees are now at the mercy of private websites!
Good News, We Can Help!
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