U.S. Appeals Court protects privacy of e-mail

Wednesday, 27 June 2007, 11:41 AM EST

People concerned about e-mail security got a whole new reason to worry last year with revelations of secret government monitoring. Earlier this month, though, a U.S. Appeals Court told the government where to get off, at least when dealing with people in the Southern District of Ohio.

Security folk have been telling people not to assume that e-mail is secure since about the time that e-mail was invented.

At NetworkWorld.

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