PUBLIC LAW 103-322—SEPT. 13, 1994 108 STAT. 2097 positions and shall be compensated during their terms of office at the annual rate at which judges of the United States courts of appeals are compensated."; (2) in the second sentence by striking "Chairman" and inserting "Chair and Vice Chairs"; and (3) in the third sentence by striking "Chairman" and inserting "Chair and Vice Chairs,". (c) TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS.— Chapter 58 of title 28, United States Code, is amended— (1) by striking "Chairman" each place it appears and insert- 28 USC 991-993, ing "Chair"; 9^^- (2) in the fifth sentence of section 991(a) by striking "his" 28 USC 991. and inserting "the Attorney General's"; (3) in the fourth sentence of section 992(c) by striking 28 USC 992. "his" and inserting "the judge's"; (4) in section 994(i)(2) by striking "he" and inserting "the 28 USC 994. defendant" and striking "his" and inserting "the defendant's"; and (5) in section 996(a) by striking "him" and inserting "the 28 USC 996. Staff Director". SEC. 280006. COCAINE PENALTY STUDY. Not later than December 31, 1994, the United States Sentencing Commission shall submit a report to Congress on issues relating to sentences applicable to offenses involving the possession or distribution of all forms of cocaine. The report shall address the differences in penalty levels that apply to different forms of cocaine and include any recommendations that the Commission may have for retention or modification of such differences in penalty levels. Reports. TITLE XXIX—COMPUTER CRIME SEC. 290001. COMPUTER ABUSE AMENDMENTS ACT OF 1994. (a) SHORT TITLE. — This subtitle may be cited as the "Computer Abuse Amendments Act of 1994". (b) PROHIBITION.— Section 1030(a)(5) of title 18, United States Code, is amended to read as follows: "(5)(A) through means of a computer used in interstate commerce or communications, knowingly causes the transmission of a program, information, code, or command to a computer or computer system if— "(i) the person causing the transmission intends that such transmission will— "(I) damage, or cause damage to, a computer, computer system, network, information, data, or program; or "(II) withhold or deny, or cause the withholding or denial, of the use of a computer, computer services, system or network, information, data or program; and "(ii) the transmission of the harmful component of the program, information, code, or command— "(I) occurred without the authorization of the persons or entities who own or are responsible for the computer system receiving the program, information, code, or command; and Computer Abuse Amendments Act of 1994. Science and technology. 18 USC 1001 note.