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IT Briefcase Exclusive Interview: Getting the Most Out of Open Source While Managing License Compliance, Risk, and Security

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Feds Secretly Fish Through Suspects’ Online Lives

October 13, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

The U.S. Department of Justice reportedly issued secret court orders to Google and ISP Sonic.net seeking to obtain information about the Internet activities of one Jacob Appelbaum, thought to be associated with whistleblower site WikiLeaks. “The Electronic Communications Privacy Act arguably makes this practice legal — in the sense that it has not, to date, been declared illegal,” said attorney Joseph Sanscrainte.

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