Sunday, 24 March 2013
Is the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act the 'worst law in technology'?
Is the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act the 'worst law in technology'? | Dan Gillmor | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk: "In the end, people who want change in bad laws have to work for it. This is doubly hard given Congress' pay-to-play system of legal bribery, where dollars translate into votes. Maybe that will have to change first, as the "United Re:Public" coalition says, but we need to get started or get used to a system that puts everyone at risk. We could begin by calling our legislators and insist they get behind "Aaron's Law". 'via Blog this'