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Petraeus case triggers concerns about Americans' online privacy

But civil libertarians say the Petraeus scandal should serve as a wake-up call to ordinary citizens that anyone's privacy can be invaded.

"It shouldn’t be that, in order to take advantage of the efficiencies and convenience of using cloud-based services, that you have to sacrifice the protections that the Constitution lays out for you," said Kurt Opsahl, senior staff attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Los Angeles Times

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