Is Lying On The Internet Illegal?

Under a Department of Justice interpretation of existing law, it's possible for the government to bring charges against Internet users who for example lie about their weight on Match.com. Full Story »

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Warrior Wheatman
3.1
by Warrior Wheatman - Nov. 21, 2011

Trying to hairsplit when a law is breached Always leaves forgive-able circustances. Disreputable intentions, after fair warnings if there is doubt, should be ruled in the grey area - law or no law.

We need a registry of anonymity with which to purchase, assert, and ascent to truth. Any other avatar is just hearsay. Search-able by judicial decree, this would protect privacy on the web and off, in the marketplace and out in the real world. A registered face-mask allows a muslim woman to shop, the president to mix, like any other human; - 'tis a human need.

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Warrior's Rating

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3.0
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3.0
Popularity
3.5
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