It's still not certain that the Email Privacy Act will become law.
There is no email you ever sent, there is no text message you ever sent, and no photograph you sent or received, that I or
What happens next probably won't surprise you: The hacker tries try to get money from an account's contact list. They send
The government's ability to seize personal information has grown more contentious since former National Security Agency contractor
ProtonMail is currently free, and the creators have told HuffPost they aim to keep it that way. "This is an inevitable result
President Obama has still not responded to the 100,000+ Americans who signed the We the People petition demanding ECPA reform (it's been 152 days -- for comparison, a petition to build a Death Star got a response within 29 days.).
Many email providers, including Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo have adopted the 6th Circuit's reasoning, asking for a warrant
The IRS said in response to the ACLU document release that it respects Americans' privacy. Udall's comments were in response
A number of major email providers, like Google, have announced that they always demand a warrant from law enforcement in
The bill is sponsored by Reps. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.), Ted Poe (R-Texas) and Suzan DelBene (D-Wash.), all members of the
But until then, it will be Netflix reaping the benefits of Congressional action. The company has already announced that once
These days, said Chris Calabrese, legislative counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union, "basically all the interesting