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Courts Give the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act a Narrow Reading Post-Nosal

The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) has become a powerful weapon in the trade secret litigator’s arsenal. An employee who accesses his or her employer’s computer files in the days or weeks before leaving for a competitor...more

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