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Electronic mail is already subject to e-discovery, and CALEA permits lawful intercept of voice traffic. The article does not describe any new capabilities. Why wouldn't these same laws apply to social networks, VoIP and email? I'm all in favor of improving oversight, but I fail to understand why "social media" would be handled differently than, say, Yahoo services?
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