Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Note the Date and Time: Bipartisanship found on Capital Hill and it Relates to Snooping Emails

I'm sure Obama will veto or Rush Limbaugh will come out against it or some other such mess.
The House voted unanimously Wednesday to overhaul a 30-year-old electronic privacy law to prevent government agents from reading Americans' old emails without a warrant.
House members voted 419-0 to pass the bipartisan Email Privacy Act, which requires government agents to get a warrant before they can gain access to Americans' email, texts, photos, videos and other electronic communication, regardless of how old the data is.
Wow so finally they need a warrant to read my old emails, texts, photos, and videos? I guess the Feds no longer has access to all those dirty photos and salacious emails that tripped up Patreaus and them. I'm sure they were all chomping at the bit to figure out who "Becky with the good hair" was. 

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