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New York State Computer Crime Law





               MCKINNEY'S CONSOLIDATED LAWS OF NEW YORK ANNOTATED
               COPR. (c) WEST 1990  No Claim to Orig. Govt. Works
                                    PENAL LAW
                       CHAPTER 40 OF THE CONSOLIDATED LAWS
                          PART THREE--SPECIFIC OFFENSES
                        TITLE J--OFFENSES INVOLVING THEFT
         ARTICLE 156--OFFENSES INVOLVING COMPUTERS;  DEFINITION OF TERMS

 s 156.25. COMPUTER tampering in the first degree

  A person is guilty of COMPUTER tampering in the first degree when he commits
 the CRIME of COMPUTER tampering in the second degree and:
  1. he does so with an intent to commit or attempt to commit or further the
 commission of any felony;  or
  2. he has been previously convicted of any CRIME under this article or
 subdivision ten of section 165.15 of this chapter;  or
  3. he intentionally alters in any manner or destroys COMPUTER material;  or
  4. he intentionally alters in any manner or destroys COMPUTER data or a
 COMPUTER program in an amount exceeding one thousand dollars.
  COMPUTER tampering in the first degree is a class E felony.

                           1988 Main Volume Credit(s)

 (Added L.1986, c. 514, s 1.)

                                HISTORICAL NOTES

                         HISTORICAL AND STATUTORY NOTES

                 1988 Main Volume Historical and Statutory Notes

  Effective Date.  Section effective Nov. 1, 1986, pursuant to L.1986, c. 514, s
 10.






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