§ 18-9-313(2.7), Colorado Revised Statutes states: It is unlawful for a person to knowingly make available on the internet personal information
about a protected person or the protected person’s immediate family if the dissemination of personal information poses an imminent and serious threat to the protected person’s
safety or the safety of the protected person’s immediate family and the person making the information available on the internet knows or reasonably should know of the imminent
and serious threat. § 13-9-313(1)(f), Colorado Revised Statutes states: “Protected Person” means a human services worker, a public health worker, a judge, a peace office, a prosecutor,
a public defender, or a public safety worker. The definition of the protected person categories listed above are defined by § 13-9-313(1), Colorado Revised Statutes.
If you meet the statutory definition of a "Protected Person" and would like your information removed,
please Request For Removal of Online Information
Survivors and Victims:
For survivors and victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking may be eligible for removal of online information. Information on Eligibility.
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