...computer tampering in the third degree (three counts), unlawful duplication of computer related material in the first degree, and criminal possession of computer related material...
...computer trespass, computer tampering in the third degree, unlawful duplication of computer related material and criminal possession of computer related material. All of those charges...
...brought claims under several New Jersey state computer fraud statutes, including the Computer-Related Offense Act (CROA) and the Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance Control Act...
In their Technology Law column, Richard Raysman, a partner at Holland & Knight, and Peter Brown, principal at Peter Brown & Associates, write: In recent years, several courts have taken up the issue
Sean R. O'Brien and Sara A. Welch of O'Brien LLP write: The recent arrest of Sergey Aleynikov by New York State authorities on charges relating to his alleged misappropriation of Goldman Sachs' high-
Joseph V. DeMarco, a partner at DeVore & DeMarco, writes that a recent Second Circuit decision, which wrestled with questions about the intangibility of code and whether internal business software ca
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...Positions were that the applicant hold an associate's degree in a computer-related field and have three years of relevant work experience. Additionally, as...
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