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IL Cyber Stalking Law Invalidated Under Elonis

IL Cyber Stalking Law Invalidated Under Elonis In the 2015 case Elonis v United States, the Supreme Court threw out a conviction for threats made over Facebook where there was no requirement that the defendant had intended to cause fear or emotional distress to the target. The Illinois Appellate Court relied on Elonis to overturn the conviction…

Next on CLBR: Internet Voting and Cyber Crime in Paradise

Segment 1: Alan Dechert on Internet Voting Former CEO of Open Voting Consortium Candidate for California Secretary of State More Detail Segment 2: Hawaii Rep. Kymberly Pine on Hawaii’s New Cyber Crime Laws Authored 3 of 4 Bills in Cyber Crime Package Just Signed Descendant of Alexander Hamilton More Detail Today in History includes the…

CLBR Segment 2: Hawaii Rep. Kymberly Pine Author of Landmark Cybercrime Package

Hawaii and Arizona have both recently enacted major cybercrime legislation addressing cyber-stalking and cyber-harassment.  In both states, the some of the legislation was narrowed after initial drafts were accused of over-breadth. In the second segment, Hawaii Rep. Kymberly Marcos Pine, the Minority Floor Leader, will talk about Hawaii’s passage of her cybercrime package.  The interview…