Different Strokes: Interpreting Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
September 4, 2012 | New York Law Journal
Since being enacted in 1984 to address the growing problem of computer hacking, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act has been used to prosecute a wide variety of behavior, including the violation of a non-compete agreement by a former employee, the leak of classified government materials, and cyber-bullying. This article examines recent court decisions and legislative efforts that seek to clarify the CFAA and its scope.
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