NJ Updates Computer Crime Law

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on April 17, 2003

On April 14, New Jersey Governor James E.McGreevey signed S. 1355, which revises New Jersey’s computer crime law to incorporate recent technological changes. See the Assembly Telecommunications and Utilities Committee statement for details of the bill, which “adds definitions of “Internet,” “personal identifying information,”"alter, damage or destroy”, and “user of computer services” and makes other technical clarifications,” to the state’s 1984 computer crime law, P.L. 1984, c.184 (C.2C:20-23 et al.).

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