Discussion:
Cyber Threats
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Jenn
2011-01-01 06:59:44 UTC
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criminal_threatening

Federal and State Laws
A federal law makes it a crime to threaten to hurt someone else if the
threat is made through "interstate commerce." Generally, that covers any
threat sent through the US Postal Service, e-mail, or otherwise over the
Internet. Many states have similar laws. A person convicted of committing
this crime may be fined, sent to jail, or both.

http://criminal.lawyers.com/Criminal-Law-Basics/Cyber-Threats-Like-Obama-Facebook-Poll-are-Crimes.html
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Jenn (from Oklahoma)
MyNews
2011-01-01 07:12:56 UTC
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And That a good Thing!
Post by Jenn
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criminal_threatening
Federal and State Laws
A federal law makes it a crime to threaten to hurt someone else if the
threat is made through "interstate commerce." Generally, that covers any
threat sent through the US Postal Service, e-mail, or otherwise over the
Internet. Many states have similar laws. A person convicted of committing
this crime may be fined, sent to jail, or both.
http://criminal.lawyers.com/Criminal-Law-Basics/Cyber-Threats-Like-Obama-Facebook-Poll-are-Crimes.html
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Jenn (from Oklahoma)
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2020-07-06 10:10:35 UTC
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And That a good Thing!
Post by Jenn
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criminal_threatening
Federal and State Laws
A federal law makes it a crime to threaten to hurt someone else if the
threat is made through "interstate commerce." Generally, that covers any
threat sent through the US Postal Service, e-mail, or otherwise over the
Internet. Many states have similar laws. A person convicted of committing
this crime may be fined, sent to jail, or both.
http://criminal.lawyers.com/Criminal-Law-Basics/Cyber-Threats-Like-Obama-Facebook-Poll-are-Crimes.html
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Jenn (from Oklahoma)
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Mr. Peter Foldes

All She did was give her News on Cyber Threats!

You P.O. because she is a Woman with brains or
is it Because all you here give
off-topic messages in this online News community!

But as for Trolling I see you have put your boat in the water,
you have bait your line, you move your bait drawn through the water.
It may be behind a moving boat, or by slowly winding the line in fishing
from a static position,
Maybe you sweeping the line from side-to-side!

But you Peter Foldes being a Troll by calling one a Troller.
Now see I am Fishing to <<< Who be the first Bit!
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David_B
2020-07-06 21:58:17 UTC
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Post by MyNews
And That a good Thing!
Post by Jenn
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criminal_threatening
Federal and State Laws
A federal law makes it a crime to threaten to hurt someone else if the
threat is made through "interstate commerce." Generally, that covers
any threat sent through the US Postal Service, e-mail, or otherwise
over the Internet. Many states have similar laws. A person convicted
of committing this crime may be fined, sent to jail, or both.
http://criminal.lawyers.com/Criminal-Law-Basics/Cyber-Threats-Like-Obama-Facebook-Poll-are-Crimes.html
What reaction would you like?

Peter Foldes
2011-01-01 13:03:21 UTC
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Post by Jenn
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criminal_threatening
<Trolling snipped>


Jenn

Fuck right off. Nobody threatened you and all that you are doing now is Trolling.
When brains were being given out you apparently missed the boat.

BTW: Happy new Year
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Bullwinkle
2011-01-01 17:05:58 UTC
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BD's shadow!

She only knows what bd tells her.
Post by Jenn
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criminal_threatening
<Trolling snipped>


Jenn

Fuck right off. Nobody threatened you and all that you are doing now is
Trolling.
When brains were being given out you apparently missed the boat.

BTW: Happy new Year
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MyNews
2011-01-01 18:18:25 UTC
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Mr. Peter Foldes

All She did was give her News on Cyber Threats!

You P.O. because she is a Woman with brains or
is it Because all you here give
off-topic messages in this online News community!

But as for Trolling I see you have put your boat in the water,
you have bait your line, you move your bait drawn through the water.
It may be behind a moving boat, or by slowly winding the line in fishing
from a static position,
Maybe you sweeping the line from side-to-side!

But you Peter Foldes being a Troll by calling one a Troller.
Now see I am Fishing to <<< Who be the first Bit!
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Dustin
2011-01-02 03:51:49 UTC
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Post by Jenn
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criminal_threatening
Federal and State Laws
A federal law makes it a crime to threaten to hurt someone else if
the threat is made through "interstate commerce." Generally, that
covers any threat sent through the US Postal Service, e-mail, or
otherwise over the Internet. Many states have similar laws. A person
convicted of committing this crime may be fined, sent to jail, or
both.
http://criminal.lawyers.com/Criminal-Law-Basics/Cyber-Threats-Like-Ob
ama-Facebook-Poll-are-Crimes.html
And your point in this is?
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challenges and excited by interesting toys, and to judge the interest of
work or other activities in terms of the challenges offered and the toys
they get to play with.
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