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In this case, some cyber savvy students decided to get their grades in a new technological way – alter data. For his cyber skills, the defendant, Marcus Barrington, was convicted of three counts of aggravated identity theft. While the case does not directly deal with the airline industry, use your imagination and think about how a similar method of theft could be used in the aerospace industry. You will use this insight in formulating an additional section to your FIRAC brief.
Read the following case:
United States v. Barrington, 648 F.3d 1178 ( https://advance-lexis-com.ezproxy.libproxy.db.erau.edu/api/permalink/2858b0b3-84f0-42e6-ad82-66c8baa592da/?context=1516831 ) from Nexix Uni™ through the Hunt Library
Multicolored square saying Facts, Issue, Rule, Analysis, Conclusion, and Review.Write a case brief using the FIRAC method (this is not an essay). After your conclusion, add a section titled “Personal Analysis” in which you relate the facts, law, and analysis to the aviation industry. In other words, how could you see the result of this case shaping activity in the aviation industry?
Before writing your case brief, thoroughly review FIRAC: An ELEMENTary Approach to Legal Reasoning ( http://www.daveguenther.com/firac/judicialopinionsintro.html ) by David Guenther. Again, keep in mind that this activity is not an essay; it is a case brief.
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