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Panel 4: Beyond Authorization: Proposed Changes to the CFAA

Our final panel looked beyond the question of authorization in order to propose reforms to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) and discuss its broader regulatory consequences. We featured the following distinguished panelists: Orin Kerr, Fred. C. Stevenson …

Panel 3: The Debate Over United States v. Nosal

If any of the panels can be said to have been adversarial in what was a largely congenial symposium, it was surely the third. While this wasn’t entirely unexpected (“debate” was in the title of the panel, after all), the …

Panel 1: “What is Unauthorized Access: Part 1”

After the opening remarks by David Bitkower, The George Washington Law Review Symposium’s first Panel addressed the question: “What is Unauthorized Access?” The name of the panel references the language of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), 18 U.S.C. …