Using Someone Else’s Wi-Fi
It’s something that plenty of people have done while needing to get an internet connection so that they can check their Facebook status, but logging onto to someone else’s Wi-Fi without getting permission first is classed as a crime in many parts of the world. Several countries and states in the United States class the act as theft and anyone caught doing it could face prison time.
Having A Permanent Marker In Public
There are a variety of US states that have laws designed to prevent vandalism and graffiti, though they often ban people from having innocent objects on them such as permanent markers. That means any student or teacher on their way to class with markers and sticky notes in their bags may be breaking the law and could be charged for graffiti- based crime.