What federal act law would an individual be subject to if they knowingly accessed a government computer without permission?
Explanation: Enacted in 1986 as an amendment to the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984, CFAA prohibits unauthorized access to computer systems. Knowingly accessing a government computer without permission or accessing any computer used in or affecting interstate or foreign commerce is a criminal offense. The Act also criminalizes the trafficking of passwords or similar access information, as well as knowingly transmitting a program, code or a command that results in damage.
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