2014 Delaware Code
Title 11 - Crimes and Criminal Procedure
Subchapter III Offenses Involving Property
§ 935. Misuse of computer system information

2 DE Code § 935 (2014 through 146th Gen Ass) What's This?

A person is guilty of the computer crime of misuse of computer system information when:

(1) As a result of accessing or causing to be accessed a computer system, the person intentionally makes or causes to be made an unauthorized display, use, disclosure or copy, in any form, of data residing in, communicated by or produced by a computer system;

(2) That person intentionally or recklessly and without authorization:

a. Alters, deletes, tampers with, damages, destroys or takes data intended for use by a computer system, whether residing within or external to a computer system; or

b. Interrupts or adds data to data residing within a computer system;

(3) That person knowingly receives or retains data obtained in violation of paragraph (1) or (2) of this section; or

(4) That person uses or discloses any data which that person knows or believes was obtained in violation of paragraph (1) or (2) of this section.

64 Del. Laws, c. 438, § 1; 70 Del. Laws, c. 186, § 1.;

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