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CFAA refers to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
This page is for collecting and organizing those of us in the Mozilla community who, as we did with SOPA/PIPA, want to take action to reform (perhaps repeal) the CFAA.
What You Can Do
- "You should blog that." For now, write and publish a blog post with your opinions about the CFAA, and what you think should be done. Then add your blog post to the below list.
Blog posts by Mozillans about the CFAA. Please feel free to add yours (newest first).
Articles and Proposals
Notable articles, proposals, and industry blog posts about the CFAA (newest first)
- <time>2013-01-18 Daily Kos: Lessig and Demand Progress: Demand justice for our friend Aaron Swartz
- The Atlantic: Aaron's Law: Violating a Site's Terms of Service Should Not Land You in Jail
- Time Magazine: Aaron Swartz’s Suicide Triggers Response from Top U.S. Lawmakers
- The Hill: Lofgren to introduce bill amending hacking law in honor of Swartz