Latest Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Stories
President Obama has proposed legislation to bolster cybersecurity and increase prosecution of crimes perpetrated via computers. The changes are now so broad that it legally makes something as simple as sharing a password illegal, and you would face prison time of up to 20 years. (Yikes! tell your roommate to stop mooching off your Netflix account!)
Activists seek to promote reforms to protect innovators and Internet. Boston, Massachusetts (PRWEB) April 10, 2013 Today, on the day that Aaron Swartz's
In a fitting move for a social media editor, accused Reuters journalist Matthew Keys turned to social media to deny the allegations that he turned over a username and password for the networks of his former employers at The Tribune Co.
DENVER, Jan. 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- AtHomeNet, Inc. (www.AtHomeNet.com) has been ordered by a Federal Court, enforcing the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, to cease and desist from using unlawfully obtained confidential information.
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