I have mentioned the trial of Lori Drew a couple of times before. She (attach “allegedly” at the appropriate points in what follows) created an account as a teen boy on MySpace, befriended a neighbor girl, then precipitated her to suicide. State prosecutors took the position that this was horrible but not actually illegal. Federal prosecutors decided to take a go at using hacking laws, since she violated the MySpace ToS by creating a false identity.
With a final decision to come, the judge has indicated that he will not let the prosecution mention the suicide. It would not be relevant to the hacking charge. And good luck getting a jury to convict someone of a federal crime for lying on MySpace or creating a false identity.
H/T: Hit & Run