Friday, March 29, 2013

If obama can't kidnap you using the NDAA act of 2012 he will jail use using the proposed Computer fraud act abuse act


What’s perhaps most troubling to Internet freedom advocates is how the new CFAA even expands the law to include accessing information for an “impermissible purpose,” which means even if you have the right to access the information in the first place, it’s still considered a crime if someone deems you are misusing your access in some way.

The language in the new CFAA would make it a felony to “lie about your age on an online dating profile if you intended to contact someone online and ask them personal questions,” or if you violate the terms of service on a government website.

Read the proposed Computer Fraud and Abuse Act draft in its entirety here.

(If obama can't kidnap you using the NDAA act of 2012 he will jail use using the proposed Computer fraud act abuse act. The government is dictating and controlling your individual life. Most people only have time to constantly stare at their smart phones and jabber all the time about everything but the centralized government that controls their way of life.) Story Reports

Computer Fraud And Abuse Act 2013: New CFAA Draft Aims To Expand, Not Reform, The ‘Worst Law In Technology’

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