“Digital Due Process is a diverse coalition of privacy advocates like EFF, ACLU and the Center for Democracy & Technology and major companies like AT&T, eBay and Comcast that has come together with the shared goal of modernizing surveillance laws for the Internet age,” Bankston reports. “The DDP coalition is especially focused on pressing Congress to update the woefully-outdated Electronic Communications Privacy Act or ‘ECPA.’”
Bankston reports, “As we enter that next phase in the fight for electronic privacy reform, it’s good to know that we’ll have Apple and Dropbox on our side. We’re especially pleased to have these new allies as we approach the 25th anniversary of ECPA’s passage on October 21st, which will be a focal point in our campaign to get a 21st century upgrade to our electronic privacy laws.”
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