According to the relevant laws of our country, if the criminals of the crime of destroying computer information meet certain conditions, the people s court can be sentenced to probation, such as sentenced to detention, imprisonment of less than three years, and manifestations of confession.
Article 72 [Conditions of Applicability] Criminal elements sentenced to detention and serving a term of less than three years may meet the following conditions and may be sentenced to probation. Those under the age of eighteen, pregnant women and those who have reached seventy A five -year-old should declare a probation:
Declaration of probation can be based on the circumstances of the crime, and at the same time prohibit criminals from engaging in specific activities, entering specific areas and places, and contacting specific people within the probation period.
Article 286 [Crimes of destroying computer information systems] In violation of state regulations, the functions of computer information systems are deleted, modified, added, or interfered with, causing the computer information systems to fail to operate normally, with serious consequences and imprisonment of up to five years. Or detention; if the consequences are particularly serious, he will be sentenced to more than five years in prison.
In violation of national regulations, delete, modify, or add data and applications stored, processed, or transmitted in the computer information system. If the consequences are serious, punishment shall be imposed in accordance with the provisions of the preceding paragraph.
Intentionally making and spreading computer viruses and other destructive programs that affect the normal operation of computer systems, with serious consequences, shall be punished in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 1.
If the unit commits the crimes mentioned in the preceding three paragraphs, the unit shall be fined, and the person in charge and other directly responsible persons shall be punished in accordance with the provisions of the first paragraph.