Aaron’s Law and the Future of CFAA Reform

July 22, 2013 - 6:00pm
San Francisco, CA

Will CFAA reform end with Aaron’s Law? Join TechFreedom and the Electronic Frontier Foundation on July 22 for drinks and a discussion of the future of CFAA reform.

Aaron Swartz’s tragic suicide, following two years of aggressive federal prosecution under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), brought attention to the need to reform this harsh statute. In June, Reps. Zoe Lofgren and Jim Sensenbrenner, along with Sen. Ron Wyden, introduced Aaron's Law, which helps address how the computer crime law has been misused to criminalize all sorts of innocuous behavior of ordinary Internet users and to go after security researchers and others working for the public good.

You can join the conversation on Twitter on the #CFAA hashtag. If you have questions, feel free to email contact@techfreedom.org.

About TechFreedom: TechFreedom is a non-profit, non-partisan technology policy think tank. We work to chart a path forward for policymakers towards a bright future where technology enhances freedom, and freedom enhances technology.

About the Electronic Frontier Foundation: The Electronic Frontier Foundation is a nonprofit law firm and advocacy center focused on breaking issues of technology and civil liberties.

JOIN US Monday, July 22, 2013
Drinks served at 6:00pm
Panel 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Panelists:

Declan McCullagh, CNET
Berin Szoka, TechFreedom
Trevor Timm, EFF
Marcia Hofmann, attorney
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