Arkansas

Arkansas
Commercial Email and Spam:

Unsolicited Commercial and Sexually Explicit Electronic Mail Prevention Act, codified at Arkansas Code of 1987, Title 4, Chapter 88, Subchapter 6 (§§ 601-607)

Spam emails that are sent as part of a purposeful "scheme to defraud," or to illegally obtain property, may be prosecuted as a class D felony under Arkansas criminal law.  See Arkansas Code of 1987, Title 5, Subtitle 4, Chapter 41, Subchapter 2 (§ 5-41-205).

Telemarketing and Telephonic Anti-Solicitation:

Act to Regulate Telephonic Sellers of 1993, codified at Arkansas Code of 1987, Title 4, Chapter 99, Subchapter 1 (§§ 101-112)

Act Concerning Residential Telephone Sales and Solicitations of 1997, as amended, codified at Arkansas Code of 1987, Title 4, Chapter 99, Subchapter 2 (§§ 201-203)

Act to Prohibit Caller ID Blocking by Telephonic Sellers of 1999, codified at Arkansas Code of 1987, Title 4, Chapter 99, Subchapter 3 (§§ 301-303)

Arkansas Consumer Telephone Privacy Act of 1999, codified at Arkansas Code of 1987, Title 4, Chapter 99, Subchapter 4 (§§ 401-408)

Unlawful Trade Practices:

General prohibition of deceptive and unconscionable trade practices - Arkansas Code of 1987, Title 4, Chapter 88, § 107

Pornography:

Unsolicited Commercial and Sexually Explicit Electronic Mail Prevention Act, codified at Arkansas Code of 1987, Title 4, Chapter 88, Subchapter 6 (§§ 601-607)

Computer-Related Crime:

Violations of the Unsolicited Commercial and Sexually Explicit Electronic Mail Prevention Act involving sexually explicit emails are defined as class B misdemeanors - Arkansas Code of 1987, Title 4, Chapter 88, § 605

Cyberbullying - Defined as a class B misdemeanor - Arkansas Code of 1987, Title 5, Chapter 71, § 217

Other Computer-Related Crimes - Arkansas Code of 1987, Title 5, Subtitle 4, Chapter 41

Additional Resources:

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