Coalition of Tech Companies Wants to Give You Digital Due Process

Coalition of Tech Companies Wants to Give You Digital Due Process

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Google, together with Microsoft, AT&T, AOL, Intel, the ACLU, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and a number of other organizations launched a new effort to modernize the Electronic Communications Act (ECPA) today. ECPA, which was enacted in 1986, sets standards for low enforcement access to electronic communications and other data. According...
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