9 Laws You May Be Breaking Without Knowing!

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1) Gambling

Home poker games can be legal in some areas, illegal in other states, or have no clear policy at all. Social games are legal in around half of the states..

2) Hosting Movie Night

Do you realize that thick DVD copyrights text? Importance. Copyright rules are broken if you play a film, TV show, or other recording in public.

3) Sharing Netflix

Sharing your password for Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now, and other similar services was deemed a violation of federal law in 2016.

4) Using Wi-Fi without Permission

According to Wired magazine, the 35-year-old United States Computer Fraud & Abuse Act makes it a felony to access computers, including routers, without authorization.

5) Letting Your Pet Startle Wildlife

Section 2.17 (4) of the CFR forbids "allowing a pet to produce undue noise considering location, time of day or night, impact on park, & other relevant criteria.''

6) Fibbing About Weather

For posting a fraudulent or counterfeit weather report, you could be fined or imprisoned for up to 90 days, or both.

7) Interstate Business of Raw Milk

According to ProCon-Encyclopaedia Britannica, "All milk sold across state lines must be pasteurized and meet the specifications of the US Pasteurized Milk Ordinance.

8) Using Disability Parking

Using someone else's handicap parking pass to park in a space reserved for people with disabilities is clearly against the law.

9) Photocopying Textbook

Photocopying is considered "fair use" (legally permissible) of copyrighted materials if done "for a limited and 'transformative' purpose."

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