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FBI reads your email... without warrant.

"Emails are not private. A message may have one sender and one recipient but it can, with little effort, be read by a third party. In fact, despite the Fourth Amendment’s protections against unlawful searches, federal agencies do not necessarily need a warrant to read emails older than six months.

Concerns over such government snooping were raised by the American Civil Liberties Union, which last week noted a “troubling picture” of email surveillance practices by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Justice. The agencies may be taking advantage of a component of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, which requires warrants only for emails that have been stored on a third-party server for less than 180 days."

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if you meet the criteria,

if you meet the criteria, case in point, IRS.......personally, id vouch they have blanket surveilance and some little nonce see's nothing wrong with random searches, case in point......well, i think you know where im going with this

Everyday it gets worse and

Everyday it gets worse and worse...

If you disagree with me on anything you are not a real libertarian...