Want to learn more about the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act? Shawn E. Tuma’s article at CorpCounsel can help you get up to speed:
Lawyers should have a basic understanding of the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, which provides criminal and civil penalties for wrongfully accessing a computer to do harmful things. They also should understand how to allege a loss under CFAA in a business case, which is not straightforward.
[via: Computer Fraud and Abuse Act 101 at CorpCounsel]
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