Searching for Web Crawling's Legal Boundaries

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Joshua L. Simmons of Kirkland & Ellis writes: While recent judicial opinions have harmonized the rules for accessing websites without authorization, the courts diverge as to whether the CFAA prohibits accessing otherwise publicly available information for an unauthorized purpose. Moreover, new web crawling techniques are testing the limits of existing case law.

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