I am very honored that the Texas Lawyer published my article titled Computer Fraud and Abuse Act 101 in its December 19, 2011 edition. I previously circulated a link to the article that required a subscription to the Texas Lawyer to access. Now, however, the Texas Lawyer has very graciously made this article available without a subscription on the Law.com website — just click HERE and please feel free to share it with others.
Also be sure to check out the (50 page) law review article that is now available for you to download on this site. The article is titled “What Does CFAA Mean and Why Should I Care?” A Primer on the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act for Civil Litigators and was published in Volume 63, No.1 of the South Carolina Law Review in its Autumn 2011 edition.
Thank you and, as always, please feel free to let me know if there is anything I can help you with!
- Shawn Tuma on Capital Thinking Radio Show (shawnetuma.com)
- Minimizing the risk of employee data breach and privacy mischief in the cloud (shawnetuma.com)
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