Below is an outline of Grenada's Electronic Crimes Act of 2013. If you’re a member, then you can log into our Digital Library and view it in your browser using the email address you signed up with. PS. Only members can successfully log in.
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1. Short title and commencement
4. Act binding on State
5. Unauthorised access and interference
6. Sending offensive messages through communication services, etc
7. Identify theft
8. Electronic forgery
9. Electronic fraud
10. Violation of privacy
11. Misuse of encryption
12. Child pornography
13. Sensitive electronic system
14. Electronic terrorism
15. Prank calls to law enforcement
16. Electronic stalking
17. Spoof and spam
18. Unauthorised access to code
Investigations and Procedures
19. Preservation order
20. Disclosure of preserved data order
21. Production order
22. Powers of access, search and seizure for the purpose of investigation
23. Real time collection of traffic data
24. Mobile phone tracking in emergencies
25. Arrest without warrant
27. Limited use of data and information
28. No liability for service provider
29. Institution of criminal proceedings
30. Extraditable offences
31. Order for compensation
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This article was contributed by Jason Jacobs from Guyana. Jason is a member of the Caribbean CSPA.