Cybercrime bill attaches fines and prison times to hackers
Monday, March 28, 2016 at 01:56
Making it a crime to tamper with electronics and to trespass will make it easier to catch criminals during the act rather than after the fact.
What if the crime is a unsolicited email? Does it can be considered as tampering with electronic medium, especially in the congress? It means that any electronic document or data can be used against the perpetrators in the court of law. In other words, you can apply this regulations for someone like Clinton who has textual relationship with her email server.
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