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Submitted by ikkokucrisis 1076d ago | news

Harsher Penalties Against ID Theives Could be a Start

*Former Beauty Pageant Queen Gets 20 Years for ID Theft*

In the wake of the PSN being hacked last month, a simple change to the consequences of ID theft could benefit everyone that does business in this digital age. (Culture, Industry)

pupa  +   1076d ago
I really hope all the PSN scammer's watch this video and take heed of the story. I hope the Sony PSN hackers get the same treatment when caught.
ivant  +   1076d ago
I am a super conservative when it comes dealing with serious crimes.

Terminate. Terminate, Terminate.

Fear of definite bodily harm or death works wonders with MINORITY criminal elements, and the MAJORITY of law abiding citizens.

And if the even smaller minority of idiots that aren't scared, will simply receive the ultimate punishment of death and no longer pose a threat to the wellbeing of society.

They choose death....so be it.

Okay, liberals...bring on the disagrees.
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