Georgia Computer Crimes Laws
|Code Section||16-9-91, et seq. Note: Section does not specifically classify crimes listed as either felony or misdemeanor. Offenses listed in misdemeanor or felony columns are based on the levels of punishments imposed rather than by explicit classification.|
|Mental State Required for Prosecution||Knowingly, intentionally|
|Misdemeanor Computer Crimes||Traffic in passwords|
|Felony Computer Crimes||Computer theft, trespass (including modify, destroy, interfere with use), invasion of privacy, forgery|
|Attempt Considered a Crime?||No|
|Civil Lawsuit Permitted?||Yes|
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