Federal appellate judges have weighed in and clarified a statute that one attorney thinks will help others in future litigation involving internet and cloud-based fraud—from not only “outside hackers” but those who have access to vital information from within a company.

The dispute, according to court documents, is over the ownership of the source code for an application that provides ground transportation information for flight crews, and accusations of extortion pertaining to that software.

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