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Is it legal if you use information to threaten or intimidate someone obtained from a website that their policy says it is against their rules and they will prosecute?

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2005-11-28 18:18:17
2005-11-28 18:18:17

Let's take part of your question and see if you can't answer it yourself..... " threaten or intimidate someone ". Where is it legal to do that?

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