Monday, June 25, 2007

US Appeals Court holds that law enforcement need a warant to search e-mail

According to Wired, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals last week held that portions of the Stored Communications Act violate the Fourth Amendment and that law enforcement requires a warrant to review e-mails stored on a third party's server: Threat Level - Wired Blogs - Appeals Court Says Feds Need Warrants to Search E-Mail.

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