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The SCOTUS case splitting the privacy world in two


The nation’s fundamental enemy of hacking law — the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act — faces a significant test Monday, as the Supreme Court gets ready to hear contentions for a situation that could profoundly widen the extent of what’s viewed as a PC wrongdoing and grow the force that organizations have over their clients.

The case, Van Buren v. US, has partitioned regular partners in the security and protection space. On one side are bunches like the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the American Civil Liberties Union, who contend that growing the…

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