The owner of a jewelry store believes that one or more burglars stuck GPS devices on her car and on her son's car. That, she figures, enabled them to track when her house would likely be empty so they could break in.
Kariem McFarlin pleaded guilty to a range of burglary offences including one of the home of Steve Jobs's widow.
He got seven years. How do you think this compares with cybercrime sentencing?