Carrie Goldberg
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Carrie Goldberg is a victim’s rights attorney and founder of C.A. Goldberg, a cutting edge law firm that helps victims fight pervs, assholes, psychos, and trolls. Some of her most prominent legal battles include ongoing cases against the New York Department of Education and Grindr. Carrie details her own experience with a vengeful ex which changed the course of her career; how the internet is outpacing law enforcement; what to do if you are being harassed online; and her new book, Nobody’s Victim, which is out now! Be sure to follow us on IG @TheSexEd for more!
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