Kenneth Vanko, Russell Beck and I have completed our ninth Fairly Competing Podcast, “The Conviction of David Nosal Under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.”
In Episode 9, Russell, Ken and I discuss Nosal’s conviction under the remaining Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) counts that survived the Ninth Circuit’s en banc decision in 2012. In particular, we debate whether the government’s theory of unauthorized access via password sharing falls within the terms of the CFAA. We also predict how the Ninth Circuit may rule after Nosal appeals his conviction.
You can listen to the podcast by going to the Fairly Competing website or clicking the link below. Or you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes. (As always, we’d appreciate your feedback).
For more on the Nosal case, see our previous posts here, here and here.