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I would love to have you all in on this. I'll actually be at the CFAA discussion at Standford tonight. Please let me know if you'd be interested in joining.
I’m looking for beta readers for my upcoming book, The Devil Inside the Beltway. This book is a personal account of a small business being beaten up by big government. In 2008, 13 million confidential files were taken from multiple companies as part of a government funded study. My company fought back, my company was targeted.  As a result, we have spent over half a million dollars trying to fight false claims made by the FTC and other government and private organizations. This book tackles issues on cyber security, government overreach, and small business. I’ve recently finished writing the story, now I need your help to get it ready for publication.  I’ll be hosting a Google+ Hangout on Wednesday, 2/27/13 to discuss The Devil Inside the Beltway and other issues this country faces involving cyber security and government overreach. 

Please let me know if you would be interested in attending this hangout or have any topics you wish to be discussed. To ask a real-time question during the event on Google+ or Twitter, please use the hashtag #DevilInside. This hangout will be broadcast on air and you can view it by visiting my Youtube Channel at www.youtube.com/michaeljdaugherty or here on Google+ at http://plus.google.com/106479555112414734591. My hope is that I will find people genuinely interested in this story and willing to commit to the beta reading process. 

Also, please share this with anyone you think may be interested. Feel free to contact me on Google+, Facebook, Twitter, etc. or email via mikedaugherty12@gmail.com I look forward to meeting all of you!

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http://www.kellylawblog.com/aarons-law-a-necessary-change-to-the-cfaa/

The Kelly Law Blog from Kelly / Warner weighs in on the proposed Aaron's Law. They don't take an opinion one way or the other tough :(

#aaronslaw  

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In a similar case, Andrew Auerheimer explored an open API on an AT&T server. No hacking, just looking through the window of an open server. Since then his life has been less than successful. No crime committed, no money lost, just made a major corporation look silly. 

Count me in.

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Aaron's Law, as it is being referred to, is intended to amend the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act that was written in 1986, long before most of the technology we use daily was even created. The intention of the amendment is to make a TOS violation a civil issue rather than a potential felony criminal issue. 

The amendment has been initially posted on Reddit for discussion and comment. 

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