Computer crime: spammer caught in UkraineDate: March 18, 2005
Source: Computer Crime Research Center
A representative of a local ISP turned to the Department fighting economic crimes alleging that some person unknown sent electronic messages suppressing operation of their networks.
Law enforcement established this person. If found guilty, the suspect would face s $1600-$3200 (500-1000 tax exemptions) fine or up to 3 years of custody.
It will be remembered that amendments to the Criminal and Criminal Procedure Codes inured this year. Hereforth, computer crimes involving suppressing of operation of computers, somputer systems, networks and public telecommunications will envisage criminal liability.
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