Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

California Internet Daters Will No Longer Go To Prison For Lying About Their Height and Weight on eHarmony  The much awaited decision in United States v. Nosal was issued today by the Ninth Circuit of Appeals. ...

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In my recent post about the status of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) in the Senate Judiciary Committee, I described the palpable tension that exists between federal law enforcement interests and civil liberties...

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On Tuesday, District Court Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose dismissed multiple purported class actions against Apple and several mobile ad networks on the grounds that the plaintiffs did not show that any one of...

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Calls for an update to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) were heard on Capitol Hill yesterday, in part because of claims that the CFAA may allow law enforcement agencies to take action against...

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July 19th was a big day in hacker news. First, the Department of Justice announced the arrests of sixteen individuals thought to be associated with Anonymous and LulzSec, the loosely affiliated hacker groups that have...

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Yesterday Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) introduced a data security and privacy bill similar to those he has introduced in the previous three Congresses.  The bill contains provisions that would require businesses to implement data privacy...

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