In November 2005, the 3rd U.S.Circuit Court of Appeals issued itsopinion in P.C. Yonkers v. CelebrationsThe Party and Seasonal Superstore. The decisionwas the 3rd Circuit’s first interpretationof the scope of remedies availableunder the federal Computer Fraud andAbuse Act. It should be particularlysignificant to employers because itapplies the CFAA’s civil remedies in thecontext of a claim against a former employee.


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