Bipartisan legislation introduced earlier this month would require government agencies and law enforcement officials to obtain a search warrant based on probable cause to search the public's emails that are 180 days old and beyond. (Photo Illustration)
Bipartisan legislation introduced earlier this month would require government agencies and law enforcement officials to obtain a search warrant based on probable cause to search the public's emails that are 180 days old and beyond. (Photo Illustration) McClatchy
Bipartisan legislation introduced earlier this month would require government agencies and law enforcement officials to obtain a search warrant based on probable cause to search the public's emails that are 180 days old and beyond. (Photo Illustration) McClatchy

Government wonders: What’s in your old emails?

February 11, 2015 04:48 PM

UPDATED February 11, 2015 06:05 PM

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