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No email privacy rights under Constitution, US gov't claims
  Posted by: Digg on Nov 5th, 2007 12:05 AM
On October 8, 2007, the US Court of Appeals granted the government's request for a full-panel hearing in US v. Warshak, centering on the right of privacy for stored electronic communications. The position the US gov't is taking, if accepted, may mean that the government can read anybody's e-mail at any time without a warrant. Original Digg Page

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