Security researcher found guilty of conspiracy and identity fraud in ‘hackless’ AT&T iPad hack
By Jeff Blagdon, theverge.com
The trial sur­round­ing Goatse Secu­ri­ty’s 2010 col­lec­tion and dis­clo­sure of AT&T iPad users’ emails has come to a close — one that again calls into ques­tion the legit­i­ma­cy of the 1986 Com­put­er Fraud and Abuse Act. 27-year-old Andrew…

Guilty for accessing a website. The problem is the scrupulous harvesting of data. Going to be hard to convince a jury what you’re doing is legit on a literal technicality.

Security researcher found guilty of conspiracy and identity fraud in ‘hackless’ AT&T iPad hack
By Jeff Blagdon, theverge.com

The trial sur­round­ing Goatse Secu­ri­ty’s 2010 col­lec­tion and dis­clo­sure of AT&T iPad users’ emails has come to a close — one that again calls into ques­tion the legit­i­ma­cy of the 1986 Com­put­er Fraud and Abuse Act. 27-year-old Andrew…

Guilty for accessing a website. The problem is the scrupulous harvesting of data. Going to be hard to convince a jury what you’re doing is legit on a literal technicality.

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