Apps for Crimes

Wanna commit crime? There's an app for that!

No, seriously. There are apps that display fake Drivers License, let you avoid DUI checkpoints, and more:

Want to fool merchants with a fake ID? Hack someone's text messages? Or how about tracking where your co-workers are, without their knowing it?

There's an app for that.

The explosion in smartphone and tablet applications that allow people to check the weather, follow their stocks and play Words With Friends has a dark side — apps that facilitate questionable if not outright illegal behavior.

Apple's App Store, for example, offers Drivers License software that promises "unlimited access to realistic-looking licenses" for all 50 states. Though the phony licenses are advertised as entertainment, it's not hard to imagine a minor using one to try to get into a bar or a crook trying to pass a bad check.

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I was thinking the same thing Wes.
And police are legally required to tell people where DUI checkpoints are and people have the right to make a u turn when they see a checkpoint -otherwise it's entrapment. There's nothing illegal about that kind of app.
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