But many of the docs are in the public domain - and he had a history of publishing just that. It's possible that that's what he was going to do with this batch as well - publish the public domain ones and leave the rest alone. We'll never know that now, of course. So interesting to me Mike. You rail against the TSA when they overreach. But when we're dealing with government overreaching in a CFAA case, you're all 'yay, string him up!' What gives? The CFAA has gotten worse and worse over the years. It's like prosecutors are so lazy they want the statute written as broadly as possible and if it ensnares the innocent (like in the Lori Drew case), or the not so innocent-but not guilty enough for 35 years in prison, so be it. This is wrong, and does much much damage. And there you are rooting for the prosecution.