Hofstra Law Review


The article discusses the author's claim that various judicial interpretations of the U.S. Stored Communications Act of 1986 (SCA) by courts such as the America District Court for the Southern District of New York offend the principle of international comity, and it mentions how the SCA was enacted to prevent unlawful government searches and seizures of electronic information held by third parties. Email laws and the legal aspects of search warrants and administrative subpoenas are assessed.

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