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Old 05-22-2007, 02:56 PM   #20
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Well, I agree too. IMO, it's the same as burglarizing a car or home. They get into your personal business and when hacking it, or deleting information, cause the owner a substantial loss...wether it be pecuniary or by substantial inconvenience. Yes, there are laws in TX about hacking into others computers. I would imagine it's the same elsewhere as well. I've written only one report on it where some crazy dude got into a girls computer through yahoo instant messaging. He changed her whole computer settings, left messages on her screen saver...everything. Freaky! She thought by turning off her computer, she was fine. But, the computer was hooked up through cable. So, he had all the time in the world.
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