Monday, February 18, 2013
Episode 2 of Fairly Competing: The Prosecution of Aaron Swartz
In this episode, John Marsh, Russell Beck, and I discuss the prosecution of internet activist Aaron Swartz under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. We also discuss the policy behind the CFAA, and in particular the criminalization of terms of service violations. Finally, we discuss proposed legislation and efforts to modify the CFAA in the wake of this tragic story.
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Our next podcast will summarize non-compete legislative updates across the country.
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