Social Media Activity In The Workplace And The Computer Fraud And Abuse Act

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It should come as no surprise that employers are trying to assert a claim for violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”) based on employees accessing social networking sites such as Facebook from work computers. While one employer was unsuccessful in stating a claim, employers should not give up on opportunities to assert the CFAA as a claim in an employment related action.

The CFAA is a criminal statute that also allows for civil action claims. To state a claim, an employer has to assert the following elements...

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