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Federal Obstruction laws

Title 18 Ch. 73 Obstruction of Justice laws

Penalties of 20 yrs in federal prison if a person tries to obstruct or interfere with someone's federal lawsuit.
§ 1505. Obstruction of proceedings before departments, agencies, and committees

§ 1512. (b) Tampering with a witness, victim, or an informant

The penalties for hiding evidence, altering evidence or submitting false evidence is 20 yrs in federal prison.

§ 1519. Destruction, alteration, or falsification of records in Federal investigations


Laws on Internet and phone harassment

Threatening to harm someone over the Internet is 5 years in prison.

Cyberstalking laws

Federal stalking laws

Cyberbullying Warning Signs

§ 875: Internet threats

Cyberbullying Research Center

Internet Criminal Impersonation Laws


Phone spoofing $10,000.00 fine


Report a federal offense
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Internet Lawsuits

The way to address serious harassment over the Internet is to take it into court, not to get back at anyone.

Family Seeks $1.1 Million in Cyberbullying Lawsuit

Will your insurance cover a cyberbullying lawsuit?

Rebecca Sedwick's mother announcing lawsuit

Parents fight cyberbullying with lawsuit



Other Federal rules and laws

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

US Constitution

Title 18, Pt I, Chapter 119 - 121

TITLE 18, Ch 1, SECTION 4: MISPRISION OF FELONY  A witness to a serious crime must report it

TITLE 42 , CHAPTER 21, § 1983. Civil action for deprivation of rights



How Harassment Works - A person who harasses people will always harm his own situation more. 

Law enforcement agencies interested in advanced Internet Counter-Harassment (ICH) materials can contact Tim privately at


Good Morals

A person always does better with good morals.

Music Guidelines for starting up a band

US-CERT Incident Reporting System

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