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Supreme Court overturns conviction of Georgia police officer who used a government computer to see if a stripper was an undercover cop in opinion to stop turning 'every day activities' into a federal crime

Supreme Court overturns conviction of Georgia police officer who used a government computer to see if a stripper was an undercover cop in opinion to stop turning 'every day activities' into a federal crime

The Supreme Court on Thursday limited prosecutors' ability to use an anti-hacking law to charge people with computer crimes. The court overturned a former Georgia police officer's conviction for misusing a government database to investigate whether a purported local stripper was an undercover cop. Conservative and liberal justices joined to rule...

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