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Room: take someone else’s name on the Internet should be punishable
The government coalition in the House want the offense is to take someone else’s name on the Internet or a false e-mail address and telephone use. There must be some VVD and PvdA concerns in the worst case a prison sentence of five years to come to be.
Paspoort Scams on the Internet is already an offense, but what concerns PvdA and VVD will adopt someone else’s identity sufficient to be condemned. This involves the adoption of someone else’s name, email address, phone number or nickname, reports Yahoo! News. “There must then be any malicious intent,” said Labour MP Astrid Oosenbrug opposite Tweakers.
From Oosenbrug emphasizes that it is not the intention to ban nicknames but that adopting someone else’s nickname should be. Maliciously prohibited “Suppose you know the nickname ‘Joost S.’ have, and everyone knows you by that name, “Van Oosenbrug. “And I take the same forum as where you sit on that nickname. We want to eliminate.”
The parliamentary parties of the governing parties that want to take someone else’s identity in the worst case a prison sentence of five years and a fine of “tens of thousands of dollars’ come to be. The plans should also apply. Offline for identity fraud
For satire is an exception, which VVD and PvdA concerns: a parody account on Twitter is not punishable if the satire does not result in harm to others. Thursday, debating the House of identity fraud; PvdA and VVD likely than their plan to submit to the government. According VVD MP Klaas Dijkhoff support SP and CDA plans.Viewing:-101
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