Difference between revisions of "Talk:Internet Crime"

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I think you mean 'Criminal Statutes', not 'Criminal States', no?  [[User:Wumps|Wumps]] 16:28, 13 July 2007 (EDT)
 
I think you mean 'Criminal Statutes', not 'Criminal States', no?  [[User:Wumps|Wumps]] 16:28, 13 July 2007 (EDT)
 
:Im not sure any of the listed statutes really has anything to do with someone editing an open wiki, but of course im not a lawyer and the boss it, so he must know.[[User:SumsUp|SumsUp]] 08:28, 15 July 2007 (EDT)
 
:Im not sure any of the listed statutes really has anything to do with someone editing an open wiki, but of course im not a lawyer and the boss it, so he must know.[[User:SumsUp|SumsUp]] 08:28, 15 July 2007 (EDT)
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*That would be your big mistake, SumsUp.  Take a look at the link I added to the article.  Many people have been successfully prosecuted for things the "Internet Community" always swear are legal. It takes more than a clever turn of phrase in some post to avoid charges these days. And of course, conviction is the least of it.  A couple of years of investigation, retaining and paying for Attorney's will break most Internet Vandals long before they are actually convicted. --[[User:TK|<small>Sysop-</small>TK]] <sub>[[User_talk:TK|/MyTalk]]</sub> 14:02, 15 July 2007 (EDT)

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Why is the article ALREADY locked?! I'd love to contribute to this article, I have plenty of references, and since I'm the one who started the debate, I think it's reasonable to ask it be opened. Wumps 16:14, 13 July 2007 (EDT)

I think you mean 'Criminal Statutes', not 'Criminal States', no? Wumps 16:28, 13 July 2007 (EDT)

Im not sure any of the listed statutes really has anything to do with someone editing an open wiki, but of course im not a lawyer and the boss it, so he must know.SumsUp 08:28, 15 July 2007 (EDT)
  • That would be your big mistake, SumsUp. Take a look at the link I added to the article. Many people have been successfully prosecuted for things the "Internet Community" always swear are legal. It takes more than a clever turn of phrase in some post to avoid charges these days. And of course, conviction is the least of it. A couple of years of investigation, retaining and paying for Attorney's will break most Internet Vandals long before they are actually convicted. --Sysop-TK /MyTalk 14:02, 15 July 2007 (EDT)