May 252013
 
 May 25, 2013  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Zach Walton reports:

There’s not a lack of online privacy protection bills floating around Congress at the moment, but it can’t hurt to have one more.

On Thursday, Sen. Rand Paul introduced the Fourth Amendment Preservation and Protection Act, or S. 1037, to the Senate. Like other bills before it, the proposed legislation aims to require law enforcement to obtain warrants when accessing any kind of personal information online, including email, chat logs, online bank accounts and more.

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