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HB18-1200

Cybercrime Changes

Concerning cybercrime, and, in connection therewith, criminalizing using a computer to engage in prostitution of a minor, criminalizing skimming payment cards, making changes to the penalty structure for cybercrime, and making an appropriation.
Session:
2018 Regular Session
Subjects:
Crimes, Corrections, & Enforcement
Telecommunications & Information Technology
Bill Summary

The bill changes the name of the crime computer crime to cybercrime. The bill makes soliciting, arranging, or offering to arrange a situation in which a minor may engage in prostitution, by means of using a computer, computer network, computer system, or any part thereof, a cybercrime. The bill makes stealing the information from a credit card magnetic strip or placing different information on a credit card magnetic strip without permission and with the intent to defraud a cybercrime. The bill makes changes to the penalty structure for cybercrime.

The bill makes conforming amendments.

The bill appropriates from the general fund to the department of corrections:

  • For the 2019-20 state fiscal year, twenty-two thousand seventy-two dollars;
  • For the 2020-21 state fiscal year, thirty-four thousand six hundred seventy-seven dollars;
  • For the 2021-22 state fiscal year, thirty-nine thousand three hundred thirty-four dollars; and
  • For the 2022-23 state fiscal year, thirty-nine thousand three hundred thirty-four dollars.
    (Note: This summary applies to the reengrossed version of this bill as introduced in the second house.)

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Status

Introduced
Passed
Became Law

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