Official Code of Georgia
16-9-93. Computer crimes defined; exclusivity of article;
civil remedies; criminal penalties
(e) Computer Password Disclosure. Any person who
discloses a number, code, password, or other means of access
to a computer or computer network knowing that such
disclosure is without authority and which results in damages
(including the fair market value of any services used and
victim expenditure) to the owner of the computer or computer
network in excess of $500.00 shall be guilty of the crime of
computer password disclosure.
Any person convicted of computer password disclosure shall
be fined not more than $5,000.00 or incarcerated for a
period not to exceed one year, or both.