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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)?
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)