A DOT Corporation v Bay, Douglass, de Bakker, Wallace Case No. 2:10-CV-549-RSM.


20100329 A DOT CFAA v Anthony Bay, David Douglass, Derek de Bakker, Jan Juanita Jardine Wallace Computer Fraud and Abuse

This case concerns several individuals who wrongfully accessed computers belonging to A Dot, a Seattle business engaged in developing highly sensitive and confidential technology applications used in interstate commerce, including high-level cryptography for the music and entertainment industries. The defendants were motivated variously by personal greed, ego, an attorney’s desire to gain an unfair negotiating advantage for his client in a corporate takeover attempt, fraud participants’ attempts to leverage their racketeering scheme against another corporation, and racketeers’ desire to conceal details of a previous fraud scheme against a public company. With their various motivations but common tactic, the defendants at various times broke into A Dot’s computers or ordered such trespasses, stole its data, interfered with A Dot’s access to its own computers and data, and used the stolen data to cause substantial harm to A Dot and others. These violations of the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act also violate Washington’s laws against trespass to chattels and conversion.

Kyleen Elisabeth Cane aka Michael Cane’s Legal Access Technologies, Inc. Stock Transfers.



20100310 Kyleen Cane Michael Cane Legal Access Technology – Tele Lawyer – 2,341,051 million derivative shares of Dynamic Associates/Legal Access Technologies which appears to be similar to CEDE & CO Davi Skin Stock, See Shareholder List of Davi Skin.