Compendium of Statutes on Computer-Related Crimes
Donald G. Ingraham
NB other specific statutes on interstate transport of stolen property, national security, and other concerns not necessarily related to computer technology.
United States:Federal: l8 USC 1029 Access devices, &c., basic authority in the United States Secret Service. 18 USC 1030 Abuse of US Government computer systems, as broadly defined, or interstate crimes, &c. with basic authority in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. 18 USC 1343 Wire fraud: use of telecommunications structure to perpetrate fraud.
State: Alabama 13A-8-100 Alaska 11.46.740 Arizona 13-2316 Arkansas 5.41-101 California 502 et. seq. Colorado 18-5.5-101 and 102 Connecticut 53a-250 through 507b Delaware 11-931 through 939 Florida 815.01 through .07 Georgia 16-9-90, 29-9948 through 9954a Hawaii 708-890 through 896 Idaho 18-2201 through 2202 Illinois 16D-1 et. seq. Indiana 35-43.1-4, 2, 3 Iowa 716A.l through .16 Kansas 21-3704, 3745, 3755 Louisiana Title 14, 73.1 through .5 Maine 17-A-357, 431 Maryland 27-14 Massachusetts 266:30 (under study per Ch 149, 1987) Michigan 752.791 through 797 Minnesota 609.87 et. seq. Mississippi 97-45-1 Missouri 569.093-099 Montana 45-6-310 and 311 Nebraska 28-1343 et. seq. Nevada 205-403 et. seq. New Hampshire 638:16 et. seq. New Jersey 2C:20-23 through 34 New Mexico 30-16A .1 through .3 New York 156.00 et. seq. North Carolina 14-453 through 457 North Dakota 12.106.1-08 Ohio 2913.02, .04[b], .42(A) and (B) Oklahoma 21: l952 to l955 Oregon 164.377 Pennsylvania l8:3933 Rhode Island 11-52-1 through 5 South Carolina 16-16-10 through 30 South Dakota 43-43B-1 through 7 Tennessee 39-3-1401 through 1405 Texas 7:33.01 Utah 76-6-701 through 704 Vermont Virginia 18.2-152.1 Washington 9A.52.110 to 130 West Virginia 6l-3C-1 to 21 Wisconsin 943.70 Wyoming 6-3-500 et seq
Canadian Criminal Code section 301.2, 385 to 387, inclusive; there are no statutes at the Provincial and Territorial levels.
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