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A fundamental requirement of criminal culpability is intent. Based on the description this whole process is happening after a user has already had their phone seized. If a person was not aware of Signal's hidden files to damage the police's data forensics software, they will not have met the criminal intent requirement, either maliciously or under a ...


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Generally that depends on the EULA of the game. And you might violate the EULA you signed in the making of your hack, using the hack or even selling it! Let's spin an example: Let's assume EULA contains this sentence from the Rockstar EULA: You agree not to, and not to provide guidance or instruction to any other individual or entity on how to: i [...] ...


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It's illegal It's a breach of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act which makes it a Federal Crime to access a computer "without authorization" or "in excess of authorization". What you are proposing is beyond what the ToS allow so you are doing it "in excess of authorization". Thee activity could be defined as either Accessing a ...


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