Arizona

Arizona
Commercial Email and Spam:

Commercial Electronic Mail Law of 2003, codified at Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 44, Chapter 9, Article 16 (§§ 44-1372 - 44-1372.05)

Telemarketing and Telephonic Anti-Solicitation:

Telephone Solicitations Law of 1989, as amended, codified at Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 44, Chapter 9, Article 6 (§§ 44-1271 - 44-1282) (amended in 2012 by Arizona H.B. 2825)

Faxes, Texts and Other Media Anti-Solicitation:

Unsolicited Commercial Fax Law of 2003, codified at Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 44, Chapter 10, Article 5 (§ 44-1482)

Unlawful Trade Practices:

Arizona Consumer Fraud Act of 1967, as amended, codified at Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 44, Chapter 10, Article 7 (§§ 44-1521 - 44-1534)

Pornography:

Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 13, Chapter 35, § 13-3506.01 prohibits sending sexually-explicit emails to minors

Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 8, Chapter 3, Article 1 (§ 8-309) makes it an offense for juveniles to send sexually-explicit images of a minor by means of an electronic communications device

Computer-Related Crime:

Violations of the Commercial Electronic Mail Law of 2003 constitute a class 2 misdemeanor under Arizona law (Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 44, Chapter 9, Article 16 (§ 44-1372.05))

Violations of the Internet Representations Law of 2005 constitute a class 5 felony under Arizona law (Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 44, Chapter 29, Article 1 (§ 44-7204)).  This law prohibits "phishing" - the use of email to obtain personal and financial information under pretence that the sender is affiliated with a business (e.g. a bank).

Additional Resources:

State of Arizona, Office of the Attorney General, Consumer Protection Division