Celp kağıdı SSS

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This FAQ is not part of the Privacy Policy. It is not even a legal document. We do hope, however, that you will find it helpful.

Celp kağıdı nedir?

Bir celp kağıdı, birisinin mahkeme huzuruna çıkmasını veya bir hukuk davasıyla bağlantılı olarak kanıt göstermesini emreden bir belgedir. Celp kağıdının bir formu hizmet sağlayıcılarından, kullanıcıların bir websitesindeki eylemlerinden ötürü haklarındaki kişisel kimliklerini ortaya çıkaracak bilgileri bildirmelerini ister. Celp kağıtları bir olayla ilintili şahıslardan birini temsil eden avukatlar tarafından yayımlanabilir ve bazı durumlarda fahiş talepler içerebilir. Bununla birlikte zamanında yapılacak bir itirazla etkin bir şekilde önü kesilmezse, bir celp kağıdına yapılan bazı itirazlar hakkını yitirebilir ve mahkemede söylenemeyebilir.

Neden birisi benim kişisel kimliğimi ortaya çıkaracak bilgiyi öğrenmek istiyor?

Generally, a subpoena seeking to unmask the identity of an anonymous speaker is served on a third-party website during the discovery (or evidence-gathering) phase of a lawsuit. The plaintiff usually wants to identify the party that, according to the plaintiff’s claims, allegedly caused harm to the plaintiff. The alleged harm could arise from an online posting of some sort, such as an article or talk page contribution, that, for example, the plaintiff claims is defamatory or a violation of copyright. A plaintiff can identify a user based on their Internet Protocol (IP) address or registered email address by sharing this information with an Internet Service Provider (ISP). Once they know a user’s real-world identity, that user may be sued or prosecuted in connection with the alleged harm.

Eğer hiçbir şey yapmazsam ne olur?

If you do not take the necessary legal steps, then the Wikimedia Foundation may be compelled to turn over your personally identifiable information or other requested information. Once the requesting party knows your identity, it is possible, for example, that you could be named in a lawsuit.

What can I do to fight the subpoena?

Because of the complexities of the legal arguments and procedural requirements, as well as the difficulty of remaining anonymous when filing a motion by yourself, it is highly recommended that you consult immediately with a lawyer, especially before seeking to defend against a subpoena. The rules and procedures to fight a subpoena will depend on the jurisdiction where the subpoena was issued.

In some jurisdictions you may be able to send the plaintiffs written objections. In other jurisdictions, your only option may be to file a motion to quash with the court (asking the court to invalidate the subpoena). In either case, to protect your personally identifiable and other information from being released, it is essential that you take the necessary actions before certain deadlines.

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