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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 7:25 am
 


Title: Man charged with felony for reading wife's e-mail
Category: Law & Order
Posted By: wildrosegirl
Date: 2010-12-28 18:36:11


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 7:25 am
 


Up to five years? Give me a f..king break!! This b1tch cheated on him (with her assh0le ex-husband who used to beat her in front of her child) and then left evidence of it on her computer, and now he faces a possibility of 5 years in jail, holy sh1t. This lady sounds like a real prize, this guy is probably better off away from miss slutty.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 8:10 am
 


Good, I would make a capital punishment for that. When I see someone who is searching something in my things, inside of me wakes up a terrible evil. :D


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 9:02 am
 


Two things leap out from this story:

Up to 5 years is quite the misnomer. In Canada, you face up to a life sentence for breaking and entering into a house. Ain't never gonna happen unless you kill people inside, at which point you're going to jail for life for the murder.

Secondly, it would be best to read the judge's actual ruling rather than a purposefully inflammatory story to learn what really went on. I'm not accusing the reporter of getting the story wrong, incorrect or something else, but in today's rating obsessed media, I would do some double-checking before I added this to my list of perpetual outrages.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 9:06 am
 


Dayseed wrote:
Two things leap out from this story:

Up to 5 years is quite the misnomer. In Canada, you face up to a life sentence for breaking and entering into a house. Ain't never gonna happen unless you kill people inside, at which point you're going to jail for life for the murder.

Secondly, it would be best to read the judge's actual ruling rather than a purposefully inflammatory story to learn what really went on. I'm not accusing the reporter of getting the story wrong, incorrect or something else, but in today's rating obsessed media, I would do some double-checking before I added this to my list of perpetual outrages.


Does that paragraph in Criminal code exists?


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 11:02 am
 


PostFactum wrote:
Does that paragraph in Criminal code exists?


348. (1) Every one who
(a) breaks and enters a place with intent to commit an indictable offence therein,
(b) breaks and enters a place and commits an indictable offence therein, or
(c) breaks out of a place after
(i) committing an indictable offence therein, or
(ii) entering the place with intent to commit an indictable offence therein,
is guilty
(d) if the offence is committed in relation to a dwelling-house, of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for life, and


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 11:06 am
 


Fact is he hacked her email, which yes is a crime, same as opening her mail ect... There are other ways to prove your spouse is cheating.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 11:56 am
 


That should be an interesting trial, because according to the earlier reports they've never applied the statues which were written to deal with corporate secret and identify thefts to this type of "crime".

Just because the prosecutor has charged him for those crime does not mean that 1) it will actually go to trial, a plea bargain may ensue between now and then or 2) he'll get the maximum sentence for this crime. In fact, the jury may have sense and either acquit him or downgrade this to a lower charge.

The issue I have with this is that it was not what real hackers consider "hacking". A real hacker can break into a secure government network, through many layers of high security. A real hacker know more about telephone switches than the telephone company. I used to work with someone like that, and I've seen him explain to high-level engineers how to do something on their own phone switch that they did not know it could do. He learned it from breaking in to them. As a kid.

You don't need mad leet haxor skillz to figure out your wife's email password. 90% of of the time it's a child's name or a pet's name. And 99% of the time it is written down on a sticky note somewhere. If it isn't and you need to use 'brute force', any script kiddie can download a password cracker and get into somebody's email in minutes. Few people use secure passwords, because they are hard to remember.


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