CFAA Advocacy Materials

January 27, 2015, Coalition Letter Urging Questions on CFAA at Loretta Lynch Attorney General Confirmation Hearing.

August 1, 2013, Letter to Congress from Computer Security Experts in Support of Aaron’s Law.

July/August 2013, Unauthorized Excess – After the death of Aaron Swartz, lawmakers have proposed reforms to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, James Juo, Los Angeles Lawyer

June 20, 2013, Introducing Aaron’s Law, a Desperately Needed Reform of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, Rep. Zoe Lofgren and Sen. Ron Wyden, Wired.com.

April 2, 2013, House Judiciary’s New (Anti-Reform) Draft CFAA: Internet Criminalization Run Amok. [House Judiciary Draft Proposal]

April 2, 2013, Coalition Letter Opposing the Draft Proposal to Expand the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA).

March 12, 2013, Letter to House Judiciary Committee from Internet Innovators in Support of Aaron’s Law.

February 2013, One Pager: The CFAA Must Allow for Anonymity and Privacy, Electronic Frontier Foundation.

February 2013, One Pager: The CFAA Stifles Innovation, Electronic Frontier Foundation.

February 2013, One Pager: The CFAA Hampers Security Research, Electronic Frontier Foundation.

January 28, 2013, Letter from House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Chair Issa and Ranking Member Cummings to Attorney General Eric Holder Regarding Swartz Prosecution.

January 18, 2013, Letter from Senator John Cornyn to Attorney General Eric Holder Regarding Swartz Prosecution.

July 30, 2012, Coalition Letter to Majority Leader Reid and Minority Leader McConnell re Leahy CFAA Amendment to the Cybersecurity Act.

August 4, 2011, Hacking Law Must be Revised to Prevent Its ‘Gross Misuse’, Center for Democracy and Technology.

Electronic Frontier Foundation: Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Reform

Demand Progress: Fix the CFAA

 

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