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Should people who steal online identity lose their lunch
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Anonymous
2008-02-24 07:59:17 UTC
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Sylvia Else
2008-02-24 11:08:04 UTC
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X steals the online identity of Y.

Are we talking about X losing X's lunch, or X losing Y's lunch?

You really need to be more careful when phrasing your questions.

Sylvia.
kangarooistan
2008-02-24 11:51:55 UTC
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X steals the online identity of Y.
Are we talking about X losing X's lunch, or X losing Y's lunch?
You really need to be more careful when phrasing your questions.
Sylvia.
People called anon dont care who steals their ID , they have no online
cred to protect

people who steal online ID should lose both hands at the shoulder , if
I get to them before the courts do

Jail for Facebook spoof Moroccan

Mr Mourtada said his fake Facebook profile was just a bit of fun

A Moroccan computer engineer has been sentenced to three years in jail
for setting up a Facebook profile in the name of a another person

Fouad Mourtada was arrested on 5 February on suspicion of stealing the
identity, court also ordered Mr Mourtada, 26, to pay a $1,300 fine.

The prosecution had urged the court to impose a sentence which set an
example for others.

Mr Mourtada was convicted of "villainous practices linked to the
alleged theft of the identity".

In his defence, he said , and that the Facebook entry was just
intended to be a bit of fun.

'Beaten unconscious'

A website supporting him published a letter addressed to the victim
apologising for the incident.

The letter, reportedly penned by Mr Mourtada's family, requested
clemency.

"Fouad Mourtada, like thousands of people who create fake profiles of
well-known personalities or celebrities on Facebook, has in no way
acted in a willingness to cause nuisance " the letter on the Help
Fouad website reads.

Earlier this week some Moroccan bloggers went "on strike", suspending
their regular blog entries for 24 hours in protest at Mr Mourtada's
detention.

According to the website, he told family members who visited him in
jail that he had been blindfolded and beaten unconscious at the time
of his arrest.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/7258950.stm
veritas
2008-02-25 02:22:23 UTC
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Thanks for the news that is now well-worn.
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According to the website, he told family members who visited him in
jail that he had been blindfolded and beaten unconscious at the time
of his arrest.
Last I heard, Morocco was a sub-human Muslim country. Beatings in
custody sounds like par for the course to me.
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TheShakeAndBake
2008-02-25 05:47:17 UTC
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X steals the online identity of Y.
Are we talking about X losing X's lunch, or X losing Y's lunch?
You really need to be more careful when phrasing your questions.
Sylvia.
You realize that this topic is spam, right?
Sylvia Else
2008-02-25 07:53:36 UTC
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X steals the online identity of Y.
Are we talking about X losing X's lunch, or X losing Y's lunch?
You really need to be more careful when phrasing your questions.
Sylvia.
You realize that this topic is spam, right?
Really? My goodness, to think that I could have been taken in in that
way? Shocking!

Sylvia.
Borked Pseudo Mailed
2008-02-25 09:00:24 UTC
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you realize that your a cocksucker, right?
George Orwell
2008-02-25 09:30:01 UTC
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you realize that your a cocksucker, right?

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