The federal criminal law prohibiting computer fraud has been in desperate need for a rewrite. Title 18, Section 1030, was drafted at a time in the mid-1980s when computer access was in its infancy — now, computer access is the primary terrain for serious criminal fraud, hacking and other transnational or organized crime. Given the current state of dysfunction in Washington, D.C., it is unlikely...
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