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Google Says Electronic Snooping by Governments Should Be More Difficult

January 30, 2013

“People probably assume that all their communications, whether it’s physical letters or phone calls or e-mails, are protected by the Fourth Amendment and the police have to go to a judge to get a warrant,” said Trevor Timm, a privacy advocate studying surveillance at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. “In fact, that’s not the case.”

Monday, January 28, 2013
New York Times

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