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Response to Historic NY (Reply #7)

Thu Jun 3, 2021, 04:11 PM

8. He needed money and accepted $6000 from someone in exchange for doing a background check

The government took a dim view on him doing background checks as a side hustle. The Supreme Court is essentially ruling that the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act makes it illegal to access a computer without authorization, it doesn't make it a crime to use information you have access to for nefarious purposes.

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