In its role as a digital rights advocate, EFF filed an amicus brief — an opinion volunteered by a party not involved in a legal case. In it, EFF argued that "turning mere violations of company policies into computer crimes could potentially create a massive expansion of the law — making millions of law-abiding workers criminals for innocent activities like sending a personal email or checking sports scores from a work computer, and leaving them vulnerable to prosecution at the government's whim."

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