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Legality of obtaining stolen digital content

If you knew or should have known that the account was stolen, you could be charged. Here is a list of the possible options that could happen: Didn't know (and couldn't have known): Most of the time, ...
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Legality of obtaining stolen digital content

You can't sell these contracts in the first place Have you read the Terms of Service of Steam, Epic or World of Warcraft or any other account based game access? Your account is generally marked as ...
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Legality of obtaining stolen digital content

The fact that the asset is digital is irrelevant. It is a crime (generally something like "theft by receiving stolen property") to receive property you know to be stolen even if you didn't ...
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Picking fruit that overhangs public property

The OP asks about the law relating to urban foraging in england-and-wales. In new-zealand (in case anyone is asking this question from that jurisdiction), urban foragers are (IMHO sadly) still ...
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What is theft when not permanent

united-states One term for this is criminal conversion Criminal conversion is a crime, limited to parts of common law systems outside England and Wales, of exerting unauthorized use or control of ...
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What is theft when not permanent

The Theft Act 1968 elaborates on the permanent-deprivation element as follows: A person appropriating property belonging to another without meaning the other permanently to lose the thing itself is ...
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What is theft when not permanent

What is theft when not permanent? Theft new-south-wales 118 Intent to return property no defence Where, on the trial of a person for larceny, it appears that the accused appropriated the property ...
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Is it legal to remove a phone from a driver's hand?

This may theoretically be viewed as a self defense: driving while texting is dangerous also for the passengers of the car. The danger is not very extreme but the force is also not excessive. Who knows....
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Is it legal to remove a phone from a driver's hand?

You have asked many questions on this site about whether it can be self-defence to do X. The answer is always the same: any offence may be justified or excused by self-defence or defence of another. ...
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