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Unauthorized access to financial and credit records and unauthorized access to Federal Computers are punishable by a fine of up to $100,000 and up to one year in prison. In the case of a repeat offender, the punishment range is increased to up to ten years incarceration and up to a $250,000 fine. It is a violation of Federal Law intentionally (1) to access a computer without authorization and thereby to obtain classified information; (2) to access a computer without authorization and thereby to obtain financial records of a financial institution; (3) to access any U. S. Government computer without authorization if such conduct affects the use of the Government's operation of the computer; (4) to access a Federal computer without authorization with the intent to defraud; (5) to access a financial institution or U. S. Government computer without authorization and thereby alter, damage, or destroy information which causes losses to others of a value exceeding $1,000 or more during any one year or which modifies or impairs medical diagnosis, treatment, or care; or (6) with intent to defraud to traffic in passwords or similar information through which a computer may be accessed if the trafficking affects interstate commerce or the computer is used by the U. S. Government. The penalty can be a fine or as much as 20 years in the Federal penitentiary for certain of these violations. (18 USCA sec. 1030) It is a violation of Texas Law intentionally (1) to use a computer without the consent of its owner or to access data stored in a computer system without the consent of its owner or licensee if you know there is a security system intended to prevent your doing either of these things; (2) to give passwords, or similar confidential information about a computer security system to another person without the consent of the person employing the security system to restrict access to a computer or its data; (3) to cause a computer to malfunction or to interrupt operation of a computer system without the consent of its owner; or (4) to alter, damage, or destroy data or a computer program in a computer without the consent of the owner or licensee of the data or computer program. Convictions under the Computer Crimes section of the Texas Penal Code can result in a sentence of a fine up to $5,000 and a jail sentence up to ten years (7 Texas Penal Code, sec. 33). Unauthorized access to financial and credit records, (item 2), and unauthorized access to Federal Computers, (item 3), are punishable by a fine of up to $100,000 and up to one year in prison. In the case of a repeat offender, the punishment range is increased to up to ten years incarceration and up to a $250,000 fine.