Cybercrime in Georgia is governed by the Georgia Computer Systems Protection Act. Cybercrime comes in several shapes and forms and some things done on a computer may in fact be a crime and you might not even know it. Giving away someones password, entering a part of a computer network you are not supposed to enter, or using a computer to steal anything or change a document could result in you being charged with a multitude of felonies and facing prison time. The various cybercrimes include:
- ID Theft Using Computer or telephone Network
- Computer Theft
- Computer Trespass
- Computer Invasion of Privacy
- Computer Forgery
- Computer Password Disclosure
- Deceptive Commercial Email
- Electronic Misrepresentation to Obtain Individual ID Information.
Ryan Brown had the opportunity to prosecute some of these crimes when serving as an Assistant District Attorney. If you are charged with a cybercrime contact an defense attorney as soon as possible and Don't Fight Alone.