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Thursday, November 30, 2006

YouTube Gives Lessons in Crime 101

Fox News has sounded alarmist concerns about how YouTube is encouraging deliquency by giving easy access to videos with how-to lessons on criminal behavior. Unfortunately, the article was missing the actual videos about stealing cop cars, breaking into houses, and stealing coffee from the grocery store.

You can find other videos easily by entering some variant of stealing, breaking, and theft. If you find a good video, see who submitted it and track what else he or she has uploaded. Chances are it's also related to lawless behavior.

Uploader beware: police are increasingly looking at YouTube to catch offenders. It might be cool to post the video online for all your friends to see, but it's also asking to get arrested.

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