Lawmakers Look To Reform Anti-Hacking Law By Reintroducing Bill For Aaron Swartz – 23 April 2015

RT logoLegislation named in honor of the late activist Aaron Swartz aimed at fixing a 30-year-old anti-hacking law has been brought back to Capitol Hill after stalling during the last congressional session.

Aproposed update to the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, or CFAA, would introduce reform “to better target serious criminals and curb overzealous prosecutions for non-malicious computer and Internet offenses,” according to its authors. So far, their offering has already garnered bipartisan support in both the House and Senate.

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