Jon Stanley is a graduate of University of Maine Law School. He is also a graduate of the University of Strathclyde Law School, UK, where he was granted a Masters of Law in Information Technology and Telecommunications Law. His Masters Dissertation was on the United States Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and is presently being edited and updated for publication. He practices law in Maine, focusing on information security, as well as privacy, cybercrime, cyberspace insurance, and intellectual property issues. Mr. Stanley represented the state of Maine in the Attorney General’s Case against the tobacco industry. Mr. Stanley recently completed a project for the Japanese Government examining the potential liability issues raised by downstream viruses, and information security system breakdowns. He has spoken about the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act at numerous panels and seminars including the RSA Conference 2003, RSA 2004, RSA 2005, Computer Security Institute Conference 2004 and the Maine State Bar Association 2002.