Software piracy is any unauthorized use and/or distribution of software. This includes anything from music, movies, and video games, to document software such as Microsoft Office, Adobe, and imaging programs. Something as innocent as installing a program on more than one computer, if the copy was intended for only one computer, can constitute piracy. Peer sharing networks are extremely common on the Internet, and they make sharing files very simple. However, even providing unauthorized files that are copied by others is piracy. Software piracy usually results in a huge loss of profits for the original owners of the material, so there are harsh civil and criminal penalties for piracy involving fines and prison time.
(1). An act of determining or facilitating the suicide of an individual, if the suicide has taken place, shall be punishable by no less than 3 and no more than 7 years of imprisonment. (2).When the act specified by par. (1) was committed against a juvenile between 13 and 18 years of age or against a person having a reduced competence, the penalty shall be no less than 5 and no more than 10 years of imprisonment. (3). Determining or facilitating the suicide of a underage person who did not reach the age of 13 or of a person who was unable to realize the consequences of their actions or inactions or to control them, if suicide has taken place, shall be punishable by no less than 10 and no more than 20 years of imprisonment and a ban on the exercise of certain rights. (4). If actions of determining or facilitating suicide set under par. (1) - (3) were followed by a suicide attempt, the special limits of the penalty shall be reduced down to half.