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Ever Use Someone Else’s Password? Go to Jail, Says the Ninth Circuit

Posted By ESA Communications, Wednesday, September 07, 2016
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has now made it possible to federally prosecute individuals based on password sharing, regardless of permission or password owner’s awareness. This new ruling came with broadly defined terms that leave room for interpretation and questions. From “computer owner” versus “account holder” to “authorize” versus “permission”, learn the nuances of this ruling here.

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