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Please note the following with regard to The Computer Misuse Act 1990 (The Act)
A person is guilty of an offence under this Act if he or she
- Causes a computer to perform any function with intent to secure unauthorised access to any program or data held in any computer;
- Knows at the time when he/she causes the computer to perform the function that this is the case, even if the unauthorised action is not directed at a specific program or data, or a program or data of any particular kind; or a program or data in any particular computer.
- Attempts such unauthorised access irrespective of whether the motives for access were well-meaning or malicious.
- Causes unauthorised modification of computer material.
Access to any program or data held in a computer system is a wide definition and includes altering/erasing the program or data, copying it, moving it, using it and obtaining output from the computer in which it is held. Examples of such offences could include unauthorised use of another person's username and password, persistently trying to determine a username and password, and trying to obtain a password or password file by deceit. The Act imposes financial and/or custodial penalties on persons found guilty of breaking the law.