Quoted from gaberm1972:
="I was drunk and changed my password, can you remove it?"
We can reference the list to see if it was one called in. Haven't had one yet and not really sure of the legal course that could be pressed.
When I worked one Summer in an Apple Warranty Center, we would check the list, and if it was stolen, we'd let the Pawn Shop Deputy know. She would come impound the laptop, and collect the customer info. Never saw an arrest on site, but the manager would occasionally have to go give a deposition.
On a side note for those worried about their collection, I suggest Renters Insurance. (or H.I.) When I set up my policy, I asked and they underwrote my collection specifically. (My broker's brother is a massive N.E.S. collector, and he knew how to write accordingly, by number of games, not title) If the games are destroyed or stolen ANYWHERE (Like a show or something) they are covered. You can't use them commercially in that capacity, but you can transport them, keep them in storage, keep them at a friends house, etc. It is very flexible. It is a pity that Hulk #93 was not part of a collection.
If you do that, it is vital to document your collection...video or photo.