Tag Archives: Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

SCOTUS Declines To Review Password Sharing Prosecution Under Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

Our Workplace Privacy, E-Communication and Data Security Practice Group recently posted this article regarding the United States Supreme Court’s denial of certiorari in Nosal v. Unites States, 16-1344.  This Blog previously posted articles about the Nosal case, which can be found here and here. In the Nosal case, the individual defendant was criminally prosecuted under the Computer … Continue Reading

Either Way You Say it, It’s Unauthorized: Mass. Federal Court Declines to Dismiss CFAA Claim

On November 12, 2013, A court in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts issued a decision concerning the ongoing debate about the meaning of “exceeding authorized access” under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Moca Systems, Inc. v. Bernier, No. 13-10738-LTS (D. Mass. Nov. 12, 2013). MOCA Systems, Inc. filed suit against its former … Continue Reading
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