In California, what particular law is being broken if you publicly post private messages (facebook) that you obtained through hacking.?
- Robert JLv 73 months agoFavorite Answer
Each incidence of "hacking" - accessing a computer without authorisation - is a criminal offence under the Computer fraud and Abuse act.
Penalties range from large fines to several years imprisonment for each offence.
Depending on the information source and what is taken and revealed, there may be other criminal or civil offences.
- ArimatthewdaviesLv 73 months ago
Home invasion of an occupied dwelling with intent to steal and distribute private information. That's just one of the many that you can get charged with. That one that I mentioned will get you 10 years in prison. It doesn't make a difference if you burst through the front door of an occupied dwelling or you break into the home electronically. It's still home invasion of an occupied dwelling with intent to steal.
- DanielLv 73 months ago
the Hacking Law the Hacking Law is the Same Pretty much for all the States Hacking Is Illegal the Punishments are a little Different from State to State but Most of them are Usually Either Jail Time or a Huge Fine or Both