Jul 18

Prosecutorial Discretion under the CFAA Gets More Discretionary: US v. Nosal

This guest post was authored by our colleague Jeremy D. Mishkin, partner and co-chair of the Litigation Department of Montgomery McCracken.  The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, 18 U.S.C. § 1030 (“CFAA”), has become increasingly popular both for civil actions and criminal prosecutions involving hacking or… Read More

Jan 23

Time to Log Off? Complications in Workplace Social Media Use

Are your employees allowed to use their work e-mail account to send and receive personal e-mails?  Should staff be permitted to surf the net while at the workplace?  What about Facebook and Twitter?  Does your employee handbook have any limitations on how employees should (or… Read More