SCOTUS Will Not Review CFAA Password Sharing Case

Jason C. Gavejian writes:

The United State Supreme Court recently denied certiorari in Nosal v. United States, 16-1344, declining to weigh in on the scope of unauthorized access under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”). The Ninth Circuit held in Nosal that David Nosal violated the CFAA by using his past assistant’s password to access his former employer’s computer system after his access credentials were expressly revoked. (For Nosal case history see our past blog posts here and here.)

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