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Bill Resurrected to Stop Feds From Reading Your Old Emails Without a Warrant

Le Dec 15, 2020
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On Wednesday, a bipartisan group of House lawmakers reintroduced the Email Privacy Act, a bill that would prevent law enforcement from obtaining emails that are older than 180 days without a warrant.

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Bill Resurrected to Stop Feds From Reading Your Old Emails Without a Warrant

Bill Resurrected to Stop Feds From Reading Your Old Emails Without a Warrant

On Wednesday, a bipartisan group of House lawmakers reintroduced the Email Privacy Act, a bill that would prevent law enforcement from obtaining emails that are older than 180 days without ...

Podcast Episode: Fixing a Digital Loophole in the Fourth Amendment

Podcast Episode: Fixing a Digital Loophole in the Fourth Amendment

Episode 003 of EFF’s How to Fix the InternetJumana Musa joins EFF hosts Cindy Cohn and Danny O’Brien as they discuss how the third-party doctrine is undermining our Fourth Amendment right ...

House panel authorizes subpoena for Robert Mueller's full report, setting up a fight with DOJ

House panel authorizes subpoena for Robert Mueller's full report, setting up a fight with DOJ

The House Judiciary Committee voted to authorize a subpoena for special counsel Robert Mueller's complete. Justice Department planned to keep some parts secret.

Logjam Over Impeachment Trial Leaves Trump Prosecutors Little Time to Prepare

Logjam Over Impeachment Trial Leaves Trump Prosecutors Little Time to Prepare

Speaker Nancy Pelosi has waited to name the representatives who will present the case to the Senate, making an already fraught job even more difficult.

Keynote Address by Glenn S. Gerstell, General Counsel NSA to the American Bar Association 28th Annual Review of the Field of National Security Law Conference

Keynote Address by Glenn S. Gerstell, General Counsel NSA to the American Bar Association 28th Annual Review of the Field of National Security Law Conference

Keynote Address by NSA General Counsel, Glenn S. Gerstell, to the American Bar Association 28th Annual Review of the Field of National Security Law Conference.

Updating government access laws for the digital age

Updating government access laws for the digital age

We urge policymakers to continue updating privacy laws for the digital age.

Two Senators Propose New Bill to Officially End NSA Phone Surveillance

Two Senators Propose New Bill to Officially End NSA Phone Surveillance

Senators Ron Wyden and Steve Daines have introduced a bipartisan legislation which would officially end NSA’s massive phone record program.

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Fourth Amendment standards.31 For our purposes it is noteworthy that the statutory definition of “tracking device”32 is sufficiently technology neutral to cover future advances in tracking ...

Coronavirus Response To Test Limits Of Location Privacy

Coronavirus Response To Test Limits Of Location Privacy

U.S. authorities may be able to use location data culled from smartphones to track people amid the coronavirus pandemic without breaching privacy laws, but they should explain how they are ...

Long-serving Wisconsin congressman becomes latest GOP lawmaker to not seek reelection

Long-serving Wisconsin congressman becomes latest GOP lawmaker to not seek reelection

Wisconsin Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, a Republican who is the second-most senior member of the House, announced on Wednesday that he will not seek reelection in 2020.

Letter Urging Georgia Governor to Veto Student Safety Bill SB 15

Letter Urging Georgia Governor to Veto Student Safety Bill SB 15

We write on behalf of the Center for Democracy & Technology to urge you to veto SB 15 because it is unconstitutional, violative of federal law, and could do more harm than good to student ...

The Precedents for Forcing Neutrality on Tech Platforms

The Precedents for Forcing Neutrality on Tech Platforms

The Ending Support for Internet Censorship Act would face challenges both constitutionally and politically.

House Leaders Strike Deal to Protect U.S. Web Browsing Data From Warrantless Surveillance

House Leaders Strike Deal to Protect U.S. Web Browsing Data From Warrantless Surveillance

Discussions were carried out behind closed doors over Memorial Day weekend after news broke Friday that House leaders had agreed to allow a vote on an amendment introduced by Reps. Zoe ...

The Drone as Privacy Catalyst

The Drone as Privacy Catalyst

Associated today with the theatre of war, the widespread domestic use of drones for surveillance seems inevitable. Existing privacy law will not stand

Summary: The Supreme Court Rules in Carpenter v. United States

Summary: The Supreme Court Rules in Carpenter v. United States

On Friday, June 22, the Supreme Court issued its much-anticipated opinion in Carpenter v. United States, holding that a warrant is required for police to access cell site location ...