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U.S. Magistrate Judge Christopher J. Burke of the District of Delaware recently held that “click fraud” violates the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). Click fraud refers to a phenomenon when an online advertising service enhances its perceived value by inflating the number of users who “click” on the ads. In an article published in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly, partners Saad Gul and Mike Slipsky examine the case, Juju, Inc. v. Native Media, LLC and why the assertion of a CFAA claim in the context of a business contractual dispute signals the growing popularity of an old statute.

To read the full article, visit North Carolina Lawyers Weekly.

 

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