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CFP'91 - Compendium

Compendium of Statutes on Computer-Related Crimes

Donald G. Ingraham

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.
NB other specific statutes on interstate transport of stolen property, national security, and other concerns not necessarily related to computer technology.

		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
		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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