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Response to Jose Garcia (Original post)

Thu Jun 3, 2021, 11:48 PM

10. He just can't be charged with that specific crime is what I'm inferring.

They're not saying he's not guilty of accessing records inappropriately, just that he can't be charged specifically with the crime "Computer Fraud and Abuse" since he had access to the records and didn't commit fraud nor abuse to obtain them. It's an understandable technicality.

Most companies make you take lots of training and sign documents saying that an employee won't access records they have access to for non company-use. That's how the employee is in the wrong and should be disciplined.

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