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What are some internet crimes you might commit without realizing?

It's possible to break laws without even realizing you've done it. In fact, for most people, it's hard not to admit to committing a crime at least once in their lives. Many people commit crimes unwittingly, not realizing they're committing them at the time.

Revenge hacking: Still illegal, despite good intentions

Imagine being in charge of a major business. You've witnessed hacking destroy lives through the Equifax debacle, and you know that you have information that people could want to hack as well. You think the best plan is to set up your own hacking endeavor. If someone hacks you, you can hack back, right?

Identity theft is a serious allegation: Fight back

Identity theft is a serious allegation that you need to defend yourself against as soon as possible. An accusation essentially says that you've been bold enough to take someone else's personal information and to use it for your own personal gain. Whether that's true or not, you have the right to protect yourself and to a fair trial if your case goes that far.

What are Ohio's computer crime laws?

Ohio has a number of specialized laws regarding computer crimes. In reality, technology changes so fast that there can never be a law for every situation, but the state does try to cover its bases. There are laws regarding internet crimes against children, internet fraud and other types of negligent or criminal behavior.

Mortgage fraud: A serious crime that can draw federal charges

Fraud is a federal and state crime, and participating it can leave you in hot water with the law. There are many different kinds of fraud, but one thing remains the same among all cases: You must have intended to defraud someone in order to be convicted.

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