FORBES: The CLOUD Act Is Up For Vote and What It Means for Consumers

Can the U.S. government issue a legal warrant to require a U.S. company to retrieve overseas digital communications from its foreign customers? As consumer information increasingly resides in the cloud, overseas or domestically, and in various electronic forms, establishing what access the government should have to private communications and how the government should work with its […]

Letter to Congress: Clarify Laws on the Use of Cloud Data

Can the U.S. government issue a legal warrant to require a U.S. company to retrieve overseas communications data from its foreign customers?  As consumer information resides in the cloud, overseas or domestically, and in various electronic forms, establishing what access the government should have to private communications and how the government should work with its […]

Daily Caller: A Worthy Replacement for EPCA

The Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) has guided law enforcement’s collection of emails for three decades.  In that time, the processing and location of emails has changed, many people have objected to the use of warrantless email searches, and some government entities were poorly served. Today, emails are usually not stored on consumers’ computers.  They […]