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5-41-104. Computer trespass.
(a) A person commits computer trespass if the person intentionally and without authorization accesses, alters, deletes, damages, destroys, or disrupts any computer, computer system, computer network, computer program, or data.
(b) Computer trespass is a:
(1) Class C misdemeanor if it is a first violation that does not cause any loss or damage;
(2) Class B misdemeanor if it is a:
(A) Second or subsequent violation that does not cause any loss or damage; or
(B) Violation that causes loss or damage of less than five hundred dollars ($500);
(3) Class A misdemeanor if it is a violation that causes loss or damage of five hundred dollars ($500) or more, but less than two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500); and
(4) Class D felony if it is a violation that causes loss or damage of two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500) or more.
(2) After reasonable notice to the public and a public hearing, a governmental entity owning an electric utility system or television signal distribution system may make any telecommunications capacity or associated facilities that it now owns, or may hereafter acquire, available to the public upon terms and conditions as may be established by its governing authority, except the government entity may not use the telecommunications capacity or facilities to provide, directly or indirectly, basic local exchange service.
(3) Any restriction contained in this subsection shall not be applicable to the provision of telecommunications services or facilities to the extent used solely for 911, E911, other emergency services, educational or medical purposes, or for the provision of telecommunications services or facilities by an educational institution to its students.