Lawmakers consider updates to hacking laws in light of Aaron Swartz's suicide.
Lawmakers are using the death of Internet activist Aaron Swartz to speak out against the Justice Department's heavy handed application of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
A number of bills have been proposed to reduce the criminal penalties for some computer crimes.
For more KBOO’s Joe Meyer spoke with author and former federal prosecutor Peter Toren.
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