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Making Way For Today; The 1986 Stored Communications Act Gets Lost in The Cloud.
Summary: I argued that Internet privacy laws are outdated and inadequate for the rapid growth in technology, specifically with data stored in Cloud Computing systems. (iCloud, Google Docs, etc.) The language of these laws have created issues in multiple court cases. My theories ended up being correct when Edward Snowden revealed in 2013 that the NSA was, in fact, looking into our data, possibly using these legal loopholes as justification.
Presented at the Spring 2012 Symposium at Montclair State University.
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