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+ - Senate Bill Gives Federal Reserve Warrantless Access to Your Emails and Facebook->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "The Bill, The Electronic Communications Privacy Act, is supposed to make the internet more private, but instead has provided a wealth of organizations unfettered access to online communications. This grants warrantless access to government agency, including the ability to take over mail account without notifying owners or the judiciary. As a final affront, the Federal Reserve, which isn't even a government body with oversight, will have these powers"
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Senate Bill Gives Federal Reserve Warrantless Access to Your Emails and Facebook

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