Sep 252010
 
 September 25, 2010  Court, Laws, Surveillance

Andy Serwin writes:

The Senate Judiciary Committee has been holding hearings on whether the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, ECPA, should be reformed. There are many who believe that ECPA reform is long over due, including the ACLU, in light of recent technological changes, particularly the increasing use of cloud computing, while there are some that believe any reform should be more limited. This post examines a few of the issues courts have encountered with ECPA that should be considered as ECPA reform is contemplated.

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