30 August 2009

US-Gesetz gegen Onlinemissbrauch ist verfassungswidrig

Der Computer Fraud and Abuse Act ist in wesentlichen Punkten verfassungswidrig, weil zu vage formuliert. Zu diesem Schluss kommt ein US-Gericht, und zwar in dem spektakulären Fall Lori Drew – da ging es um ein Mädchen, das via MySpace in den Selbstmord getrieben wurde.

Details hier und hier.


SUGGESTED CITATION  Steinbeis, Maximilian: US-Gesetz gegen Onlinemissbrauch ist verfassungswidrig, VerfBlog, 2009/8/30, https://verfassungsblog.de/us-gesetz-gegen-onlinemissbrauch-ist-verfassungswidrig/.

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