The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) is a federal law that imposes criminal and civil penalties on computer hackers. The original version of this law made it a federal crime to access government computers without authorization or in excess of authorization. The scope of the law has subsequently been expanded by Congress to include all “protected computers”, broadly defined as any computer connected to the Internet. Here are some relevant links:
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