Jul 102017
 
 July 10, 2017  Court, Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Peter J. Henning reports:

In October 1986, the top-rated television program was “The Cosby Show,” Janet Jackson’s “When I Think of You” headed the pop music charts and “Crocodile Dundee” dominated the box office.

Congress, meanwhile, passed an obscure statute that month called the Stored Communications Act that has become much more relevant 30 years later as the Supreme Court will have two opportunities to help define the scope of digital privacy under a law enacted when cellphones and email hardly existed.

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