International Criminal Law and Enforcement

The Global Reach of the U.S. Computer Intrusion Law

, New York Law Journal

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In their International Criminal Law and Enforcement column, Nicholas De Feis and Philip Patterson use the Eastern District case 'U.S. Gasperini' to illustrate the global reach of U.S. computer intrusion laws. They write that the opinion demonstrates how, as technological innovation increasingly blurs any remaining lines between a computer and other electronic devices, U.S. computer anti-intrusion laws may eventually come to cover conduct involving virtually every electronic device in the world.

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