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March 15, 2005

New Uses For the Electronic Communication Privacy Act

The Electronic Communication Privacy Act (ECPA) was originally enacted for issues involving wiretapping.  Now, new questions arise involving communications between computer networks and call on judges for interpretation and clarification of the ECPA.  Steven V. Treglia addresses this topic and cases related to it in his article Like Grabbing Jello in the New York Law Journal.

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