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4th Circuit: Downloading Info For Use At New Employer Doesn't Violate CFAA

RICHMOND, Va. - A South Carolina welding company failed to show that two former employees violated the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) when they allegedly downloaded proprietary information and used it once they switched employers and started working for a competitor, the Fourth Circuit U.S. Court...

Pa. Court Finds Employee Properly Fired For Violating Computer Use Policy

HARRISBURG, Pa. - A terminated employee failed to show that his employer's policy prohibiting Internet and email use for personal purposes was not clearly established and not uniformly enforced, a Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court panel found Jan. 4, upholding a compensation board's denial of unemployment...

4th Circuit: 'Liking' A Political Facebook Page Is Protected Speech

RICHMOND, Va. - "Liking" a campaign page on Facebook, a social networking website, is akin to placing a political sign in one's front yard and falls under the protection of free speech, a Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals panel ruled Sept. 18 in a lawsuit filed by former employees of...