Reagan-era data law comes under broad scrutiny from the tech sector

05/27/2014 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Cloud companies under increasing pressure from their customers to provide basic privacy guarantees are taking aim at a law written at the dawn of the Internet era that gives federal investigators broad access to stored data. A coalition of companies calling itself Digital Due Process is urging Congress to reform the Electronic Communications Privacy Act -- a holdover from the Reagan era that allows access to e-mails and data stored for more than six months without a warrant.

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