South Dakota Laws and Policies

South Dakota Laws and Policies

Unlawful uses of computer systems
43-43B-1. Unlawful uses of computer system. A person is guilty of unlawful use of a computer system, software, or data if the person:

(1)      Knowingly obtains the use of, accesses or exceeds authorized access to, a computer system, or any part thereof, without the consent of the owner;
(2)      Knowingly obtains the use of, accesses, or exceeds authorized access to, a computer system, or any part thereof, without the consent of the owner, and the access or use includes access to confidential data or material;
(3)      Knowingly copies or obtains information from a computer system, or compromises any security controls for the computer system, or uses or discloses to another, or attempts to use or disclose to another, the numbers, codes, passwords, or other means of access to a computer system without the consent of the owner;
(4)      Knowingly disrupts, denies, or inhibits access to software or data without the consent of the owner;
(5)      Knowingly disrupts, denies, or inhibits access to a computer system, without consent of the owner;
(6)      Knowingly modifies, changes, or alters software or data, without the consent of the owner;
(7)      Knowingly obtains use of, alters, accesses, or exceeds authorized access to, destroys, disables, or inhibits access to a computer system, as part of a deception for the purpose of obtaining money, property, or services from the owner of a computer system, or any third party;
(8)      Knowingly destroys or disables a computer system, without consent of the owner; or
(9)      Knowingly destroys or disables software or computer data, without consent of the owner.

Source: South Dakota Codified Laws Chapter 43-43B-1

Related Links

South Dakota Codified Laws - Computer Programs
South Dakota Codified Laws - Internet Gambling

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