Maine Revised Statutes

§433. Aggravated criminal invasion of computer privacy

1.    A person is guilty of aggravated criminal invasion of computer privacy if the person:
A. Intentionally makes an unauthorized copy of any computer program, computer software or computer information, knowing that the person is not authorized to do so; [1989, c. 620, (NEW).]
B. Intentionally or knowingly damages any computer resource of another person, having no reasonable ground to believe that the person has the right to do so; or [1989, c. 620, (NEW).]
C. Intentionally or knowingly introduces or allows the introduction of a computer virus into any computer resource, having no reasonable ground to believe that the person has the right to do so. [1989, c. 620, (NEW).]
[ 1989, c. 620, (NEW) .]
2.    Aggravated criminal invasion of computer privacy is a Class C crime.
[ 1989, c. 620, (NEW) .]
SECTION HISTORY
1989, c. 620, (NEW).

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