CS/SB 916: Technology Crimes
GENERAL BILL by Criminal Justice ; Pizzo
Technology Crimes; Redefining the term “cyberstalk” as the term relates to prohibited acts; providing that a person commits an offense against users of certain electronic devices if he or she willfully, knowingly, and exceeding authorization performs specified acts, etc.
Last Action: 5/3/2019 Senate - Died in Appropriations
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Referred to Criminal Justice; Appropriations Subcommittee on Criminal and Civil Justice; Appropriations -SJ 104
• Introduced -SJ 104
• On Committee agenda-- Criminal Justice, 03/11/19, 1:30 pm, 37 Senate Building
• CS by Criminal Justice; YEAS 4 NAYS 1 -SJ 195
• Pending reference review under Rule 4.7(2) - (Committee Substitute)
• Now in Appropriations Subcommittee on Criminal and Civil Justice
• CS by Criminal Justice read 1st time -SJ 246
• On Committee agenda-- Appropriations Subcommittee on Criminal and Civil Justice, 04/16/19, 9:00 am, 37 Senate Building
• Subcommittee Recommendation: Favorable by Appropriations Subcommittee on Criminal and Civil Justice; YEAS 8 NAYS 0 -SJ 378
• Now in Appropriations
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Appropriations
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