07 Jun 2021

Supreme Court Limits Scope of Controversial Hacking Law

The Supreme Court has ruled that a police officer in Georgia who received money for obtaining data from a law-enforcement database for an associate did not violate a controversial federal hacking law. This may mark a victory for the ethical hacking community as it sets a limiting precedent to the

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15 Sep 2020

Researchers, Companies Slam Mobile Voting Firm Voatz for ‘Bad Faith’ Attacks

Over 70 different security research firms and independent researchers came together to write a letter detailing issues with Voatz, a mobile voting firm. The researchers claim that the company misrepresented its security practices to the US Supreme Court. The case could expand the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to include

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