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21-1952.


21-1952.
   
   As used in the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act:
   
   1. "Access" means to approach, gain entry to, instruct, communicate
   with, store data in, retrieve data from or otherwise use the logical,
   arithmetical, memory or other resources of a computer, computer system
   or computer network;
   
   2. "Computer" means an electronic device which performs work using
   programmed instruction having one or more of the capabilities of
   storage, logic, arithmetic or communication. The term includes input,
   output, processing, storage, software and communication facilities
   which are connected or related to a device in a system or network;
   
   3. "Computer network" means the interconnection of terminals by
   communication modes with a computer, or a complex consisting of two or
   more interconnected computers;
   
   4. "Computer program" means a set or series of instructions or
   statements and related data which when executed in actual or modified
   form directs or is intended to direct the functioning of a computer
   system in a manner designed to perform certain operations;
   
   5. "Computer software" means one or more computer programs, procedures
   and associated documentation used in the operation of a computer
   system;
   
   6. "Computer system" means a set of related, connected or unconnected,
   computer equipment, devices including support devices, one or more of
   which contain computer programs, electronic instructions, input data,
   and output data, that performs functions including, but not limited
   to, logic, arithmetic, data storage and retrieval, communication, and
   control and software. "Computer system" does not include calculators
   which are not programmable and are not capable of being connected to
   or used to access other computers, computer networks, computer systems
   or support devices;
   
   7. "Data" means a representation of information, knowledge, facts,
   concepts, computer software, computer programs or instructions. Data
   may be in any form, in storage media, or as stored in the memory of
   the computer or in transit or presented on a display device;
   
   8. "Property" means any tangible or intangible item of value and
   includes, but is not limited to, financial instruments, geophysical
   data or the interpretation of that data, information, computer
   software, computer programs, electronically-produced data and
   computer-produced or stored data, supporting documentation, computer
   software in either machine or human readable form, electronic
   impulses, confidential, copyrighted or proprietary information,
   private identification codes or numbers which permit access to a
   computer by authorized computer users or generate billings to
   consumers for purchase of goods and services, including but not
   limited to credit card transactions and telecommunications services or
   permit electronic fund transfers and any other tangible or intangible
   item of value;
   
   9. "Services" includes, but is not limited to, computer time, data
   processing and storage functions and other uses of a computer,
   computer system or computer network to perform useful work;
   
   10. "Supporting documentation" includes, but is not limited to, all
   documentation in any form used in the construction, design,
   classification, implementation, use or modification of computer
   software, computer programs or data; and
   
   11. "Victim expenditure" means any expenditure reasonably and
   necessarily incurred by the owner or lessee to verify that a computer
   system, computer network, computer program or data was or was not
   altered, deleted, disrupted, damaged or destroyed by the access.
   

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