Philadelphia-based Healthcare Advocates has filed a suit against a law firm that allegedly hacked into a Web archive on behalf of its client, a rival of Healthcare Advocates. The suit, filed in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia, charges that employees at Harding, Earley, Follmer & Frailey violated the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act by using an application known as the "wayback machine" to retrieve copyrighted materials owned by Healthcare Advocates.
Suit to Proceed Against Law Firm for Hacking Into Internet Archive
New Jersey Law Journal
August 30, 2006
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