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New York Criminalizing Impersonation Over Internet
July 25, 2008 · Kumar Percy Jayasuriya
New York passed a law that will make it a Class A misdemeanor to impersonate another "by communication by Internet website or electronic means with intent to obtain a benefit or injure or defraud another, or by such communication pretends to be a public servant in order to induce another to submit to such authority or act in reliance on such pretense." Read more on BNA Privacy Watch, available through the Georgetown Law Library's subscription.
Tags: Privacy Law