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Proposed Law Aims to Give More Privacy to Email

An amendment proposed to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act may make it more difficult to obtain subscribers' webmail.

, Legaltech News


From 1986 to 1987 the Internet Protocol became a standard operating procedure on PCs and the number of networks increased from 2,000 to 30,000. Given how far the internet has come since that time, it might be surprising to find that the most recent law requiring privacy standards for electronic communications is also from 1986.

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