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I hope someone lets us know the answer.
At 02:20 PM 7/10/2013, Bristol Scott wrote:
I need some help, and google is just not doing the job. I am trying to find more information on the recent decision about not needing a warrant to access emails because users "do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy". If I heard correctly, government agencies can now request access to your account from the email provider, however the provider does not necessarily have to comply, but many said that they would anyway.
I am seeking to find an email provider that has taken a stance against the governments attempts to skirt our civil liberties. Does anyone know of any? Or links to any further information on the subject?
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