Oct 262011
 
 October 26, 2011  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

The government’s power to read your email, access your private photos stored online and track your daily movements is defined in a 1986 law, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act. The privacy protections of ECPA have not been updated since 1986. They say that the government can access your communications and surveil you without getting a warrant from a judge. Isn’t it time for privacy to catch up with technology? Join the call to get Congress to reform ECPA by signing the petition at: https://notwithoutawarrant.com/

 

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