A Bill on IT-crime was presented to the Danish Parliament on November 5, 2003. The Parliament adopted the Blll on May 19, 2004.
(2) Any person who, in an unlawful manner, obtains access to another persons information or programs which are meant to be used in a data processing system, shall be liable to a fine, or to imprisonment not exceeding 1 year and 6 months.
(3) If an act of the kind described in subsection 1 or 2 is committed with the intent to procure or make oneself acquainted with information concerning trade secrets of a company or under other extraordinary aggravating circumstances, the punishment shall be increased to imprisonment not exceeding 6 years.Conducts described in subsection 2 are punished in the same manner, whenever perpetrations of more systematic or organized character occur.
(1) Any person who, in an unlawful manner, causes major disturbances in the operation of public means of communication, of the public mail service, of publicly used telegraph or telephone services, of radio and television installations, of information systems or of installations for public supply of water, gas, electricity or heating shall be liable to imprisonment not exceeding 6 years or to a fine.