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  1. Computer Crime: Re: Is It Illegal to Log into Your Other Half's Email Account

    Yeahh I guess I just did it because I wondered if he was telling me the truth about what his password to his emails was and logged in and then straight out again, didn't do anything in his account. ...
  2. Computer Crime: Re: Is It Illegal to Log into Your Other Half's Email Account

    OK, well I have asked two Lawyers about this and they said that by my boyfriend sitting next to me and telling me his email password as he went onto his account and opening up emails in front of me...
  3. Computer Crime: Re: Is It Illegal to Log into Your Other Half's Email Account

    OK, I looked at this for AR

    Intentionally, purposefully -


    Computer trespass, access with damage under $2500 but over $500, class A misdemeanor; access with no damage, class C misdemeanor;...
  4. Computer Crime: Is It Illegal to Log into Your Other Half's Email Account

    Hello,

    I was just wondering if it was illegal to log into the email account of your boyfriend if he gave you the password and checked his emails in front of you and you logged in at a later date?
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    Sex Offenses: Re: Viewing a Questionable Photo on a Computer

    Thants true, guess it's just possible that the PC/hard drive could still exist out there somewhere which if it had a deep look on it that it might show somewhere that a picture came up and might not...
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    Sex Offenses: Re: What is Likely in This Situation

    Yep, I heard about this and this person was looking at or had some vacation pictures and one of them was similar to Bronzino's famous painting but was a photograph. So that person couldn't be charged...
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    Sex Offenses: Viewing a Questionable Photo on a Computer

    I heard about someone online who either got sent some vacation pictures online or was looking at some european vacation pictures online and later looked closer at one of them and one of them he...
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    Sex Offenses: Defenses to 18 USC 2252a

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: co

    I was just reading about someone who accidently ended up with a questionable picture online. Now does 18 USC 2252A mean that if this person...
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