Would the United States Be Responsible for Private Hacking?

Published: 17/10/2017
Would the United States Be Responsible for Private Hacking?
Source: CYBERLAW.STANFORD.EDU

Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA) and Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) introduced the  Active Cyber Defense Certainty Act (H.R. 4036)  in the House of Representatives on Oct. 13. The bill would amend the  Computer Fraud and Abuse Act  (CFAA)—the main federal statute that governs computer hacking—effectively to allow victims of certain cyber intrusions to take defensive measures that would otherwise violate the CFA

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