Supreme Court Leaves Troubling CFAA Rulings In Place: Sharing Passwords Can Be Criminal Hacking

“And so, we’re back where we’ve been for a few decades now: talking about why Congress needs to reform the CFAA and fix these problems that leave the law wide open to abuse — especially in an era where so many people use dozens of services, and sometimes do things like share passwords or ask others to log into sites for them. These should never be seen as “hacking” violations, but in the 9th Circuit, they are.”