Telecommunications & Computer Technology

 

HB 1410(1) (Perry/Coffee): Makes it unlawful (punishable by a civil penalty of up to $500), "to initiate an electronic mail message which the sender knows, or has reason to know", misrepresents or fails to identify the origin or transmission path of the message or that (subject to a penalty of the lesser of $10 for each unsolicited bulk electronic mail message or $25,000 per day)"contains false, malicious, or misleading information that purposely or negligently injures a person." Also makes it unlawful to "sell, give, or otherwise distribute or possess" or market software primarily intended to "facilitate or enable the falsification of electronic mail transmission information or other routing information." Additionally, the bill provides for members of the Electronic Commerce Pilot Program Steering Committee to receive travel reimbursement. Effective 7-1-99

HB 1411(1) (Perry/Robinson): Furthers the study of electronic commerce issues. The life of the Electronic Commerce Pilot Program Steering Committee is extended until December 15, 1999, and a new 38-member Task Force on Electronic Commerce is created through May 31, 2000, to review the technology of, and applications for, electronic commerce. Effective 5-24-99

HB 1650(1) (Deutschendorf/Robinson): Would establish -- subject to availability of funds -- a Virtual Internet School in Oklahoma Network (VISION) pilot program "to provide verifiable information on the advantages of web-based instructional programs" and to test "procedures and standards so that implementation of a virtual internet school network will progress smoothly." The State Department of Education would be the coordinating agency, and there would be a nine-member Virtual Internet School Pilot Program Coordinating Committee. The pilot program would involve nine public school districts, possibly more, from various areas of the state. Districts hoping to be selected would be required to have or to obtain, in addition to connection to a DS3 upgraded OneNet network site, some rather sophisticated routers and servers, internal service systems, and desktop equipment. The pilot program would involve the schools in two-way video conferencing and three other levels of communication that are less demanding in terms of bandwidth. Effective 7-1-99


(1) Passed, signed by Governor (2) Passed, pending Governor's approval/disapproval (3) Vetoed by Governor
(4) Pending in Legislature (5) Failed in Legislature (6) Enrolled with the Sec. of State

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