Aug 052015
 August 5, 2015  Posted by  Breaches, Court

Adam Klasfeld reports:

In a case involving sex, cyberbullying and the statute of limitations, a schoolteacher filed her lawsuit just in time to accuse of (sic)  her ex-boyfriend of taking over her Facebook account to post obscene messages, the Second Circuit ruled on Tuesday.

The court warned in its opinion that the case demonstrates the “troubling” predicament of victims of hacking who are unable to learn the identity of their attackers within two years.

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