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(Yahoo)   Casey Anthony's acquittal may be due to her use of Firefox over Internet Explorer   ( news.yahoo.com) divider line
    More: Florida, Casey Anthony, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Jose Baez, Google, acquittal, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, detectives  
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2012-11-26 07:14:23 PM  

the ha ha guy: wambu: Nohing illegal in any of that, but besides being slow and a PITA, it also looks suspicious and investigators will likely work overtime finding other evidence of your crime since they would now be convinced of your guilt. They may not be the smartest, but they're not stupid and can be bulldog persistent, which usually pays off for them, especially when you make that inevitable mistake.

Even if you don't make a mistake, they would likely consider it guilt of something, on the basis of "If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear".

It's not unlike the Ohio law where drivers could be convicted for drug smuggling for simply having an empty compartment in their car.

This reminds me a bit of the Indiana law that said that you could get DUI for driving with an open container. Except it didn't specify anything about the container, only that it was a container, and it was open. So, I guess if your glovebox is open, you are DUI.
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