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In the Washington state computer crime law, '''access''' is defined as:
 
In the Washington state computer crime law, '''access''' is defined as:
   
{{Quote|to approach, instruct, [[communicate]] with, [[store]] [[data]] in, [[data retrieval|retrieve data]] from, or otherwise make use of any resources of a [[computer]], directly or by [[electronic]] means.<ref>Wash. Rev. Code 9A.52.010(6).</ref>}}
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{{Quote|to approach, instruct, communicate with, [[store]] [[data]] in, [[data retrieval|retrieve data]] from, or otherwise make use of any resources of a [[computer]], directly or by [[electronic]] means.<ref>Wash. Rev. Code 9A.52.010(6).</ref>}}
 
In the West Virginia state computer crime law, '''access'' is similarly defined as:
 
 
{{Quote|to instruct, [[communicate]] with, [[store]] [[data]] in, [[data retrieval|retrieve data]] from, [[intercept]] [[data]] from or otherwise make use of any [[computer]], [[computer network]], [[computer program]], [[computer software]], [[computer data]] or other [[computer resources]].<ref>West Virginia Computer Crime and Abuse Act, W. Va. Stat. §61-3C-3.</ref>}}
 
   
 
=== Cybersecurity ===
 
=== Cybersecurity ===

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