Attorney Bettina Hindin, a respected New York family law attorney, was quoted in the news regarding
new "digital privacy" clauses that are becoming popular in
prenuptial agreements. These clauses protect individuals from having their reputations sullied
by digital information, such as pictures or private communication conducted
via text messages or phone calls. Such protection is usually needed in
the event of a future
MYFOXNY reported on these new types of clauses, saying that they may have
been helpful for celebrities who were exposed as cheaters via digital
information. Attorney Hindin was quoted as saying:
"… once you push 'send' someone can find it. And in
divorce, sometimes a husband or wife might want to use that personal information
Digital privacy clauses are meant to protect spouses from using digital
information such as text messages (including things like "sexting"
and private photos) to damage the other person's reputation or to
get revenge. By adding such a clause to your premarital agreement, you
and your spouse can be at peace knowing that, if the future does not go
as planned, the other party cannot use digital information against you.
Click here to read the full story on MyFoxNY.com.
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