The Organization of American States (OAS) has compiled a Portal on Cybercrime of the Member States excisting cybercrime legislations, see for Chile.
Chile has a Law on Automated Data Processing Crimes no. 19.223, published June 7, 1993.
Article 1: Anyone that maliciously destroys or makes unusable a system of information processing, or any of its parts or components, or prevents or modifies its operation, shall be liable for imprisonment from average to maximum sentences
Article 2: Anyone illegally obtains access to or uses information contained in an information processing system, intercepts or interferes with it, shall be liable for imprisonment from a minor to a medium sentence.
Article 3: Anyone that maliciously alters, damages or destroys data contained in a system of information processing, shall be liable for imprisonment from a minor to a medium sentence.