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Judge Rules Against Boston Transit In Hacking Case

mytrip (940886) writes | more than 6 years ago

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mytrip (940886) writes "BOSTON — A federal judge ruled against the Boston transit system in a closely watched lawsuit against MIT students who found a way to take free subway and bus trips.

But a federal antihacking law doesn't prohibit the public disclosure of computer-security flaws, District Judge George O'Toole ruled. The judge dissolved the injunction and ruled the agency was not likely to win its case."

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