cybercrime against individuals

(2) Cybercrime against individuals The term “cybercrime against individuals”— (A) means a criminal offense applicable in the area under the jurisdiction of the relevant State, Indian Tribe, or unit of local government that involves the use of a computer to harass, threaten, stalk, extort, coerce, cause fear to, or intimidate an individual, or without consent distribute intimate images of an adult, except that use of a computer need not be an element of such an offense; and (B) does not include the use of a computer to cause harm to a commercial entity, government agency, or non-natural person.


34 USC § 30107(a)(2)

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