December 13, 2014 Laws, Surveillance, U.S.
Nuala O’Connor, President of CDT, calls out the White House for not responding to public petitions to reform ECPA:
One year after the White House petition to reform ECPA received support from over 112,500 concerned Americans, well above the 100,000 signature threshold required for a response, the White House has yet to issue a reply. One year later digital privacy reform is more important than ever and the White House needs to uphold its commitment to responding to public petitions and deliver a formal response on clean ECPA reform, with no carve-out for civil agencies.
Read more on The Hill.
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