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21-1953.


21-1953.
   
   A. It shall be unlawful to:
   
   1. Willfully, and without authorization, gain or attempt to gain
   access to and damage, modify, alter, delete, destroy, copy, make use
   of, disclose or take possession of a computer, computer system,
   computer network or any other property.
   
   2. Use a computer, computer system, computer network or any other
   property as hereinbefore defined for the purpose of devising or
   executing a scheme or artifice with the intent to defraud, deceive,
   extort or for the purpose of controlling or obtaining money, property,
   services or other thing of value by means of a false or fraudulent
   pretense or representation.
   
   3. Willfully exceed the limits of authorization and damage, modify,
   alter, destroy, copy, delete, disclose or take possession of a
   computer, computer system, computer network or any other property. 4.
   Willfully and without authorization, gain or attempt to gain access to
   a computer, computer system, computer network or any other property.
   
   5. Willfully and without authorization use or cause to be used
   computer services.
   
   6. Willfully and without authorization disrupt or cause the disruption
   of computer services or deny or cause the denial of access or other
   computer services to an authorized user of a computer, computer system
   or computer network.
   
   7. Willfully and without authorization provide or assist in providing
   a means of accessing a computer, computer system or computer network
   in violation of this section.
   
   B. Any person convicted of violating paragraph 1, 2, 3, 6 or 7 of
   subsection A of this section shall be guilty of a felony.
   
   C. Any person convicted of violating paragraph 4 or 5 of subsection A
   of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
   

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