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  1. Why would the service provider specify Maryland? Is that where they are based? Or is Maryland's corporate law more favorable to them?

  2. jonst

    The CFAA holding in this case is notable as well. The court jettisoned the :interruption of service" language in the CFAA as a necessary element to recover loss. Not unprecedented, but still the minority view. This moves the focus of inquiry away from the machine/event and out into IP/Privacy issues. The scope of potential recoverable loss expands widely. In theory. Thank you for posting it.

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