Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Limitations Accrued With Awareness of Unauthorized Access–Not Identity of Perpetrator

SUMMARY: The two year statute of limitations for Computer Fraud and Abuse Act claim began to run when the plaintiff had an awareness of an unauthorized access into its computer system even if the plaintiff did not know the identity of the alleged perpetrator at that time. This is an update on a previous post: Two … Continue reading Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Limitations Accrued With Awareness of Unauthorized Access–Not Identity of Perpetrator

Two Year Statute of Limitations for Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Accrued When Plaintiff “Suspected” Wrongdoing

SEE NEW POST UPDATING THIS CASE:  Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Limitations Accrued With Awareness of Unauthorized Access–Not Identity of Perpetrator There have not been many Computer Fraud and Abuse Act cases where the statute of limitations has been a key issue in the case so there are not many cases that have analyzed the issue. … Continue reading Two Year Statute of Limitations for Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Accrued When Plaintiff “Suspected” Wrongdoing