Apr 102010
 April 10, 2010  Posted by  Featured News, Laws, Online, Surveillance, U.S.

Scott M. Fulton, III writes:

You may think that your communications with other individuals over the Internet may be protected from unreasonable use by U.S. law enforcement without subpoena and due process. The truth is, judges have been loosening the interpretation of a 1986 wiretapping law, almost pretending that it did apply to present circumstances. But perhaps the greatest problem with the current Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) lay with its definitions, which at one point appear to be applicable (after several stretches of logic) to the Internet… and then, upon further review, do not.

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