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posted 9/10/2007 9:21:32 AM |
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  maggiemae1969

How far you can go with a tale on the net, before you are held legally liable? Remember that man not so long ago ......... again my brain wont recall his user name, anyway he said that a woman had taken his info and slandered him on a site such as this, he said at the time he was going to persue it without an attorney I believe. What kind of attorney would you need for such activities? It might be morally wrong to whip up an account for someone , but is it legally? Just curious ya know ......

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REAL_UNIQUE

Sep 10 @ 9:39AM  
Interesting ?s Maggs!
NachoBaby

Sep 10 @ 10:16AM  
Identity Theft Defined
borty293

Sep 10 @ 4:12PM  
Actually my real name isn't Borty....its ...errr Nordy..I'm actually Borty"s brother ...for gawd sakes don't say anything...
lifeizabitch

Sep 10 @ 5:06PM  
There are lawyers that specialize in "internet" crime, but they are mainly in the "civil" arena. Criminal activities have to be defined by state or federal law that pertain specifically to the internet, and then one must find "Authorities" that are willing to investigate and prosecute the crime. There lies the problem,because most of these "Authorities" have to "prioritize" and barely have the resources to handle the most serious of criminal activities,ie; child predators, and child pornography.
straightup_9

Sep 11 @ 10:43AM  
A simple definition:...any use of someone else's personal information, for ANY purpose, other than specifically authorized BY that person, is a form of IDENTITY THEFT...and is fully punishable by law....Unfortunately, only the person involved can prefer charges....and must be done on the Federal level...
newly_curious

Sep 12 @ 10:52PM  
How would you equate this different from all of the fraud on the net. They are lying and deceptive. Or the people who depict who they are on the net and come to find out when you meet them---woops. Not even the same person. BTW, know any good lawyers

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I just wonder