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Congress Privacy Review Calls to Update Warrantless Email Searches

The White House has reviewed big data practices in business and is calling for an update to privacy laws. As part of the report, the Obama administration is recommending update to the 1986 rules that allow law enforcement to access emails without a warrant. In addition, the organization is calling to create a law requiring companies to notify consumers when data breaches occur.

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