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CRIME BILL UPDATES COMPUTER PRIVACY PROTECTIONS

Common hacking method, keystroke logging, becomes illegal July 1

Today Governor Sean Parnell made keystroke logging, a common computer hacking method, illegal when he signed HB 127, the omnibus crime bill, into law. This language, which was originally proposed by Reps. Pete Petersen and Lindsey Holmes (both D-Anchorage), updates Alaska’s computer hacking laws to make it illegal to use a keystroke logger to steal information as it is being entered into a computer.

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Crime Bill Updates Computer Hacking Protections

Common hacking method, keystroke logging, made illegal

JUNEAU – Tonight, the Alaska Legislature made keystroke logging, a common computer hacking method, illegal when it passed its version of Governor Sean Parnell’s omnibus legislation to update Alaska’s criminal statutes.

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[BILL] HB 23: COMPUTER PRIVACY

Sponsor Statement HB 23: Computer Privacy Rep. Pete Petersen The State of Alaska has a long tradition of protecting citizens’ privacy rights, and this bill

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Juneau AK, 99801