Hello and welcome back to the Humor Nation guys. Many of you have probably done something illegal today. If you are wondering how? We are going to tell you about things we all do in daily lives that are illegal. Though we don’t do these things knowingly, we surely are breaking some of the laws out there.
Let’s Take A Look At 5 Illegal Things That You Do Every Day
1. Eating Before Paying
Eating the stuff for checking purpose in the grocery store is not good at all. In my opinion, what is the harm in sneaking in a little while you wait in line for the checkout? Well, apparently it is illegal and you might end up in the jail if the manager of the grocery store file complaint about you. If you are doing this, we would like to tell you that it’s illegal and you stop yourself from eating anything before you actually pay for it.
2. Stream Or Download Videos
So, how many of you guys watch Game of Thrones? Do you have HBO or a TV package that actually allows you to watch it legally? If so, congratulations! You’re in the minority. More people watch Game of Thrones season premiere illegally. Any streaming or downloads by torrents are illegal unless you have subscriptions to things like Netflix or Amazon Prime TV. But, most people find that they never actually show the good stuff at the time they want to watch it. So’ people usually illegally download stuff to watch.
3. Copyright Infringement
In the modern age of daily internet use, you are likely to do something illegal. Saving and sharing an image you find online is copyright infringement unless the images are marked as copyright free. Usually, images found on Wikipedia don’t have any copyright spot. Images in online magazines and news sources will have legal rights. Copyright infringement has actually got a lot of YouTubers into trouble with their only defense being fair use. Although that involves a good knowledge of the law.
4. Using A Fake Name Online
Using a fake name online is actually against the laws. So to be honest though, so many people do have an online different name and it’s pretty hard to enforce this law as these people are not necessarily involved in criminal activities. But, if someone claims that they are having doubt on your online identity, you can get into trouble. So, you better chat or interact with people with your actual name to avoid any trouble.
5. Social Media Underage
Various social media sites have different signup age. Generally, if you’re under 13, you are not supposed to have a social media account. Instagram, Tumblr, Reddit, Snapchat and Facebook require you to be 13 and over. Whatsapp actually requires you to be 16 and you’re supposed to be 18 to have a YouTube account without parental consent. However, if your parents are okay with it, you can sign up from the age of 13.