LISTEN NOW! John and Pat discuss an article in the Wall Street Journal regarding a controversial type of secret order to force Google and a small internet provide , Sonic Net, to turn over information from email accounts of an U.S. American citizen. They continue to discuss and share how the law, Electronic Communications Privacy Act 1986, was older than the World Wide Web and although it was designed to give the same protections to electronic communications that was already in place for phone calls and traditional U.S. postal mail. It wasn’t designed with cellphone and emails in mind. This segment includes a discussion about what is the 4th Amendment and what rights it affords U.S citizens.
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