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Name: Date: Period: Directions : Annotate the text and demonstrate close reading. Make comments, ask questions, and  circle confusing words or phrases. In addition, complete the graphic organizer. Your AoW assignment is  worth  15 points   . Ariz. bill would outlaw posing as others online By: Alia Beard Rau The Arizona Republic 10:28p.m. EST January 2, 2013 Creating a Web page in someone else's name that's intended to "harm, defraud, intimidate or threaten" could lead to prison time under the proposed measure. PHOENIX -- It could become a crime punishable by prison time in Arizona to create a Facebook or Twitter account in someone else's name if it's done without permission and for malicious reasons. Republican State Rep. Michelle Ugenti is proposing legislation to make online impersonation a crime. House Bill 2004, if it becomes law, would make it a felony to use another person's name without permission to create a Web page intended to "harm, defraud, intimidate or threaten." It would be a misdemeanor to send an email or text message that appears to come from another person and is intended to harm or defraud.
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