Jul 162012
 July 16, 2012  Posted by  Laws, Misc

You can ‘t see it, but I generally stick out my tongue at stories or commentaries that talk about the “end of privacy” or “lessons learned.”  But there’s an editorial in the NY Times that you might want to read as it attempts to breathe new life into a bill revising ECPA that had been proposed by Senator Leahy.

As the editors note, the bill isn’t strong enough in some respects, but let’s dust it off and really work on it. It’s time our online activities were recognized as having a reasonable expectation of privacy and Fourth Amendment protections – even if they are in possession of third party providers.

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