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ToS Violations No Longer a Crime (On Their Own) 162

nonprofiteer writes "The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act previously made 'unauthorized access to a computer system' a crime — meant to apply to hackers, it also criminalized violations of a website's ToS or of a workplace's computer policies. The law is being changed to make the crime a felony rather than a misdemeanor, which led some to worry about the potential for its abuse. However, Senators Franken and Grassley added an amendment (PDF) to exempt violations of ToS and employer policies from the lists of felony activity. w00t for common sense."
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ToS Violations No Longer a Crime (On Their Own)

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Every nonzero finite dimensional inner product space has an orthonormal basis. It makes sense, when you don't think about it.