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Obtaining Access to Emails Part II

Obtaining Access to Emails Part II

November 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

In yesterday’s post, I explained how the government can get access to stored email communications.  As the promised follow-up, today I thought I would explain how the government can get access to emails on a...

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Occasionally, a mainstream press story gets enough attention to shine a brighter light on the privacy issues that we at ZwillGen deal with every day.  This happened when General Wesley Clark’s cell phone records were...

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  Last week the South Carolina Supreme Court, in Jennings v. Jennings, No. 27177 (Oct. 10, 2012), held that emails stored on Yahoo!’s web-based email service were not stored for the purpose of back up...

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Yesterday, the FTC released its long-awaited proposed changes to the Child Online Privacy Protection Act Rule and began the comment period.  Undoubtedly, the proposed rules will spur comment from online companies who already face such...

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A Massachusetts woman filed a class action suit in Mass. state court against Google on July 29, alleging that Google violated Massachusetts’ wiretap law by scanning messages she sent from her AOL account to recipients’...

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The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a landmark opinion yesterday in the criminal appeal of U.S. v. Warshak, finding that individuals have a reasonable expectation of privacy in their email and that the Fourth...

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