Note: this piece was originally published in Reason, and was written by Checks & Balances member Orin Kerr.
As regular readers know, I’ve been writing, blogging, and litigating about the scope of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) for over twenty years. The Supreme Court is hearing a big CFAA case this fall, Van Buren v. United States. I figured this was an important case to chime in on, so today I submitted this amicus brief, on my own behalf, in the case.
Bonus: It discusses an old Volokh Conspiracy blog post and covers one of my favorite 1980s movies.
Continue reading at Reason.