The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) was originally introduced in 1984 to reduce the cracking of computer systems owned by financial institutions and the government; nearly 30 years and seven amendments later, the law is regarded by many lawyers and academics as overly “expansive” and “sweeping,” as it lets the government incarcerate “any Internet user they want,” according to former federal prosecutor Orin Kerr.

One step closer to getting you tossed into jail or becoming a prohibited person. A computer crime felony makes you a prohibited person. I'll be sending my senators and rep a e-mail.