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... (4) In especially serious cases under subsection (2) above, the penalty shall be imprison- ment from six months to ten years. An especially serious case typically occurs if the of- fender 1. causes major financial loss 2. acts on a commercial basis or as a member of a gang whose purpose is the continued commision of computer sabotage, or 3. through the offence jeopardises the populations supply with vital goods or services or the national security of Germany.
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38 Norway: Penal Code Section 151b: Any person who by destroying, damaging, or putting out of action any data collection or any installation of supplying power, broadcasting, electronic communication or trans- port, causes comprehensive disturbance in the public administration or in community life in general, shall be liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 10 years. Negligence acts of the kind mentioned in the first paragraph shall be punishable by fines or imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year. Any person who aids or abets such an offence shall be liable to the same penalty. New Penal Code Section 192 (enter into force 2011-12): With imprisonment not exceeding 10 years, shall whoever be punished that causes com- prehensive disturbance to the public administration or in community life in general, by destroying, damaging or putting out of action, a collection of information, or an installation for supplying power, broadcasing, electronic communication or transport. Russia: The Russian Federation´s Criminal Code Chapter 28. Computer infomation crimes Article 273. Production, use and spread of detrimental electronic computer programs 1. Production of electronic computer programs or introduction of changes into current programs resulted in erasing, blocking, modifying or copying information, disturbing the work of electronic computers, their systems or networks and use or spread of these pro- grams are punished with imprisonment within up to three years with fine from two hundred to five hundred minimum wages or condemned person´s wages or another in- come within the term from two to five months. 2. The same actions entailed serious consequences through imprudence are punished with imprisonment within the term from three to seven years. Singapore: Computer Misuse Act (Chapter 50A) Unauthorised obstruction of use of computer 7.-(1) Any person who, knowingly and without authority or lawful excuse-
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39 (a) interferes with, or interrupts or obstructs the lawful use of, a computer; or (b) impedes or prevents access to, or impairs the usefulness or effectiveness of, any pro- gram or data stored in a computer, shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on conviction to a ... Enhanced punishment for offences involving protected computers 9. –(1) Where access to any protected computer is obtained in the course of the commis- sion of an offence under section 3, 5, 6 or 7, the person convicted of such an offence shall, in lieu of the punishment prescribed in those sections, be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $ 100.000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 20 years or to both.
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