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(C|Net)   FARK lends support for the rally to demonstrate reforming the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, to be held on April 13 in Boston's Dewey Square Park. (7th paragraph)   (news.cnet.com) divider line 1
    More: Spiffy, computer fraud, Aaron Swartz, Center for Democracy, Zoe Lofgren, Jim Sensenbrenner, vagueness, NORAD  
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For years, criminal defense attorneys, academics, and civil libertarians have warned that an anti-hacking law, originally designed to protect NORAD's computers, needs to be reformed. Federal prosecutors have used the law to prosecute the late Aaron Swartz and a Missouri woman accused of lying on her MySpace profile.

This is how the Cylons got in you farkholes. You made everybody and anybody part of some network that didn't need to be. And you lost Caprica because of it. You invented a problem, then made the populace your fix for it.

/wait hold up, did art just imitate life or the other way around?
 
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