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Marc Zwillinger & Christian Genetski, Criminal Discovery of Internet Communications Under the Stored Communications Act: It’s Not a Level Playing Field, 97 J. of Crim. L. & Criminology 569 (2007)...

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Marc Zwillinger & Christian Genetski, Criminal Discovery of Internet Communications Under the Stored Communications Act: It’s Not a Level Playing Field, 97 J. of Crim. L. & Criminology 569 (2007)...

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Marc Zwillinger testified before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee of Crime and Drugs during a hearing on “video laptop surveillance” urging caution with any law change that would make all silent video communications subject to Wiretap Act rules–as such a change could criminalize surveillance that helps keep children safe.  School laptop spy case prompts Wiretap Act rethink....

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Coalition Pushes Rewrite of Privacy Law

Mar 29, 2010 by Leota Tennant

 Marc Zwillinger comments on the need for ECPA reform, noting that the current law penalizes users of cloud computing services by providing less privacy protection for data stored in the cloud than data stored locally.  Coalition pushes rewrite of online privacy law. Cnet.com, March 29, 2010....

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Marc Zwillinger moderated a panel that included Jim Dempsey, Vice President of the CDT, and Jen Mardosz, Vice President, Business & Legal Affairs, Myspace, to discuss the problems in applying ECPA to Social Networking websites and proposals for reform.  Proposed Changes to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, What Lies Ahead for User Data and Internet 2.0, an...

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Marc Zwillinger weighs in on Law Enforcement’s undercover use of social networks.  See Break the law and your new ‘friend’ may be the FBI, Associated Press, March 16, 2010....

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