QuoteOriginally posted by: mdubuqueYou therefore oppose all new laws concerning identity theft which do not deal directly with physical harm? Or do you refuse to answer the question?I would never oppose something unfamiliar, or that I couldn't classify as being similar to something else I oppose, off the top of my head, unless there was some huge cost associated with delay.But off the top of my head, I don't see why identity theft isn't handled by existing laws against theft, fraud, forgery, criminal impersonation, eavesdropping, or whatever.Identity theft has been around longer, even, than there have been credit cards. But I can't imagine what your point is, that laws should be designed by people in chat rooms with a time limit?I would certainly refuse to oppose, or to sign onto, something unfamiliar. And I would probably refuse to vote on a ballot which I had not read. As a judge, I would not make a judgment without hearing arguments.
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