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of little worth; term used to describe old sheep in poor condition and with no teeth.
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Originally, the ECPA prohibited any NSL recipient, or "officer, employee, or agent thereof," from disclosing "to any person" that the FBI had "sought or obtained access to information or records" under the NSL provision.
pending legal issues, including, most importantly, ECPA reform.
ECPA Reform, supra note 8, at 43 (statement of Annmarie Levins, Associate General Counsel, Microsoft Corporation).
The ECPA is composed of three parts: (1) the Wiretap Act; (52) (2)
If Congress could start fresh and enact a new statute, those changes would lead to a law very different from ECPA statute on the books today.
to say, laws such as the ECPA are applying thought to a system that runs
Currently, ECPA requires a warrant for remotely stored messages only if they are unopened and less than six months old, a requirement based on the assumption that email would be kept on people's personal computers except in transit.
Most of the requests made via these statutes are tied to national security issues and often compel providers to disclose far more data than ECPA subpoenas and court orders permit.
The results showed that ECPC and ECPA contain four common chemical markers such as berberine, but palmatine and jatrorrhizin were not found in CPC in contrast to the presence in CPA.