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:

  1. ID Theft Using Computer or telephone Network
  2. Computer Theft
  3. Computer Trespass
  4. Computer Invasion of Privacy
  5. Computer Forgery
  6. Computer Password Disclosure
  7. Deceptive Commercial Email
  8. 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. 

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