49-31-121. Obtaining confidential communications records without authorization from customer as misdemeanor. No person may obtain, or attempt to obtain, confidential communications records information from a communications provider, without authorization from the customer to whom such confidential communications records information relates, by knowingly and intentionally:
(1) Making false or fraudulent statements or representations to an employee of a communications provider;
(2) Making false or fraudulent statements or representations to a customer of a communications provider;
(3) Providing false documentation to a communications provider knowing that the documentation is false;
(4) Wrongfully accessing customer accounts of a communications provider via the internet; or
(5) Receiving confidential communications records information knowing such information has been obtained by fraudulent, deceptive, or false means.
A violation of this section is a Class 1 misdemeanor.
Source: SL 2006, ch 238, § 2.