Recap of SB 315 activity in the Georgia Senate on Friday.
I was recently interviewed by WABE about Georgia SB315, which is now under consideration in the House. The interview can be found at https://www.wabe.org/ga-senate-passes-bill-criminalizing-unauthorized-computer-access/
I was quoted in this article about SB 315, and the potential impact it will have on security research in Georgia https://www.the-parallax.com/2018/02/08/georgia-315-cybersecurity-rights/
NOTE: You can find my original post about SB 315 here. Thanks to the watchful eye of the EFF Georgia group, I learned that SB 315 was approved by the Senate Public Safety committee, and is headed to the floor of the Senate for a final vote. If the bill passes there, it would then cross over to… Continue reading Georgia SB 315 – A deeper dive
SB 315 is a bill currently under consideration in the Georgia Legislature. The bill’s stated purpose is to “…create the new crime of unauthorized computer access…” which has not been previously defined under Georgia law. While I applaud the attempt, I have some concerns about the overly vague language present in the bill as it is… Continue reading Georgia SB 315 – A quick analysis