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by The WEDA Coalition category: Politics
Aaron’s Law 2017 would:
(1) Establish that breaches of terms of service, employment agreements, or contracts are not automatic violations of the CFAA.
(2) Bring balance back to the CFAA by eliminating a redundant provision that enables an individual to be punished multiple times through duplicate charges for the same violation.
(3) Eliminate the redundant provision streamlines the law, but would not create a gap in protection against hackers.
(4) Bring greater proportionality to CFAA penalties. Currently, the CFAA’s penalties are tiered, and prosecutors have wide discretion to ratchet up the severity of the penalties in several circumstances, leaving little room for non-felony charges under CFAA.
Aaron’s Law 2017 ensures prosecutors cannot seek to inflate sentences by stacking multiple charges. Please join us in demanding Congress reintroduce Aaron's Law and amend the outdated CFAA law once and for all.
The WEDA Coalition
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