Talk:Criminal conversion

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if someone as a WLAN unsecured, and i use it without permission, but cause no harm or interruption in service or increase in price, does that still count? I know if I crack their network code, i can be prosecuted, but if its configured for open access, whats the ruling there?

Merge into Conversion (law)?[edit]

It's not clear from this article what the difference is between criminal conversion, and civil conversion as covered in Conversion (law). Perhaps the two should be merged, and a discussion on what makes a conversion a criminal matter be added? I'm not really educated enough (read: at all) in the field to do so myself, however. --bd_ 22:49, 10 August 2007 (UTC)

If there is no difference between criminal conversion and fraudulant conversion (which appears in several WP entries) or the distinction is sufficiently minimal to have a subheading on this page, could a redirect be included? Jackiespeel (talk) 16:33, 5 October 2009 (UTC)