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IC 24-4.8-3
     Chapter 3. Relief and Damages

IC 24-4.8-3-1
Civil action
    
Sec. 1. In addition to any other remedy provided by law, a provider of computer software, the owner of a web site, or the owner of a trademark who is adversely affected by reason of the violation may bring a civil action against a person who violates IC 24-4.8-2:
        (1) to enjoin further violations of IC 24-4.8-2; and
        (2) to recover the greater of:
            (A) actual damages; or
            (B) one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000);
for each violation of IC 24-4.8-2.
As added by P.L.115-2005, SEC.1.

IC 24-4.8-3-2
Separate violations
    
Sec. 2. For purposes of section 1 of this chapter, conduct that violates more than one (1) subdivision, clause, or item of IC 24-4.8-2 constitutes a separate violation for each separate subdivision, clause, or item violated. However, a single action or course of conduct that causes repeated violations of a single subdivision, clause, or item of IC 24-4.8-2 constitutes one (1) violation.
As added by P.L.115-2005, SEC.1.