What Are the Possible Consequences of Invasion of Privacy?

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The possible consequences of invasion of privacy vary depending on a state's privacy laws. It could be considered a felony or a misdemeanor and the exact way privacy was invaded can play a factor in this. Some states have jail time for privacy laws, while other states just levy fines. In most states, invasion of privacy is defined as an intrusion into the personal affairs of others without just cause. Computers and the Internet have made invasion of privacy crimes more rampant in the 21st century.
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