General Rules and Regulations for
Rule 106 -- Prohibition Against Electronic Submissions Containing Executable Code
Electronic submissions must not contain executable
code. Attempted submissions identified as containing executable code will
be suspended, unless the executable code is contained only in one or more
PDF documents, in which case the submission will be accepted but the PDF document(s)
containing executable code will be deleted and not disseminated.
If an electronic submission has been accepted,
and the Commission staff later determines that the accepted submission contains
executable code, the staff may delete from the EDGAR system the entire accepted
electronic submission or any document contained in the accepted electronic
submission. The Commission staff may direct the electronic filer to resubmit
electronically replacement document(s) or a replacement submission in its
entirety, in compliance with this provision and the EDGAR Filer Manual.
Note to Rule 106:
A violation of this section or the relevant EDGAR Filer
Manual section also may be a violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
of 1986, as amended, and other statutes and laws.
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