We definitely need to reform the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. This is because every time technology changes the act becomes a little more obsolete. It is an act that is necessary but needs constant updating. With every technological advance, new ways to skirt the law abound. We need to be ready for these new strategies.
The CFAA was originally enacted in 1986, in a time where having a computer in every household was not even close to reality. The CFAA should be updated not only now, but regularly as the scope and ability of our technology increases. The problems that we face now could not have been imaged in 1986. Reform should be enacted.