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 October 21, 2010  Court, Laws, Online

Evan Brown summarizes and comments on Chasten v. Franklin, 2010 WL 4065606 (N.D.Cal. October 14, 2010):

Plaintiff sued some corrections officers at the prison where her inmate son was killed. She learned in a deposition that one of the defendants had a Yahoo email account. So she sent a subpoena to Yahoo seeking all the email messages sent from that account during a period of more than two years.

Defendant moved to quash the subpoena, arguing that disclosure of the email messages would violate his rights under the Stored Communications Act (SCA). The court granted the motion to quash.

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