Would you care to rewrite your question?
You seem unaware that "If one breaks into a house" the end result is that you have in fact broken" into the house"!
Does Mac Malware Benefit From Obscurity No! Proved By Data. &A#JD1Tg!d8
One of the stupid-favorite winTroll excuses for Windows having thousands of times more malware than Mac is that the Mac is 'obscure.' They say that Windows having around 90% market share versus...
"If one breaks into a house.......they are not doing as much as if they had "broken" into the house."-Snit
Therefore any further action revolving around such an action would depend on mitigating factors such as do you have a right or need to have broken in!
Perhaps as is usual for you you are confusing two terms: in this case 'Breaking' and 'entering' if that is so it comes as no great surprise!
May I offer this alternative for your uummmm....'records'...
If one enters a House Pictures that is not locked are they still illegally entering into the house? Sure, though they are not doing as much as if they had "broken" into the house.
There is of course no yes or no answer without more information as indicated above!
As to the question in the OP I agree with Mike, for the simple reason that arriving at the site may or may not have been an accident but what happens after that person has reasonably been made aware of his-her mistake would be used to buttess the degree of illegality for example: whether these were predetermined opportunistic actions!
-- "My mistake here is one I have repeatedly made"-Snit
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