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    Court: Wife broke law with spyware

    Keep your spyware up to date if you can't keep it in your pants.

    http://news.zdnet.com/2100-1009_22-5577979.html

    The Florida Appeals Court, Fifth District said that Beverly Ann O'Brien "illegally obtained" records of husband James' online conversations with another woman as the two played Yahoo Dominoes together.
    Dominoes.???
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    SO If I downloaded a bunch of music and the RIAA obtains knowledge that I did this electronically, then would that be illegal as well?

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    Depends, if they got a warrent to do so..
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    Would it also be illegal if she caught them in bed at a motel
    and finshed them off with a double barrel shotgun (legally purchased)?
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    This sounds more of a i get even with you type of thing
    I had to google 'jfgi' to see what it meant. The irony is overwhelming.

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    I believe that this is the Fl statute in questionWiretapStatute

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    Would it also be illegal if she caught them in bed at a motel
    and finshed them off with a double barrel shotgun (legally purchased)?
    In Texas? Nope. Crime of Passion. The cops most likely wouldn't even arrest her.
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    In Texas? Nope. Crime of Passion. The cops most likely wouldn't even arrest her

    Heh i throught the crime of passion was still murder no matter how you look at it
    I had to google 'jfgi' to see what it meant. The irony is overwhelming.

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    Originally posted here by |3lack|ce


    In Texas? Nope. Crime of Passion. The cops most likely wouldn't even arrest her.
    So what happens if it's a guy who finds his wife at a motel in bed with another man? Same thing?
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    I committed a crime of passion once.....

    Of course, beer was involved... and it was definitely a crime..... But I wasn't arrested.... I probably should have been.....
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