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Sen. Patrick Leahy has abandoned his warrantless e-mail surveillance bill




Sen. Patrick Leahy has abandoned his controversial proposal that would grant government agencies more surveillance power including warrantless access to Americans' e-mail accounts than they possess under current law.A vote on the proposal in the Senate Judiciary committee, which Leahy chairs, is scheduled for next Thursday. The amendments were due to be glued onto a substitute (PDF) to H.R. 2471, which the House of Representatives already has approved.

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10spitfire
10spitfire

Male, 54, Austell, GA

Posted November 23, 2012


At the rapid rate in which online communities communicate using Facebook, twitter, ...etc; the terrorist would have long gone experienced their "Hiroshima" moment with their flag, by the time investigators caught up with them using e-mails.

E-mails are used mostly for white collar crimes.


10spitfire
10spitfire

Male, 54, Austell, GA

Posted November 23, 2012


At the rapid rate in which online communities communicate using Facebook, twitter, ...etc; the terrorist would have long gone experienced their "Hiroshima" moment with their flag, by the time investigators caught up with them using e-mails.

E-mails are used mostly for white collar crimes.






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