Cyber Crime

Indefinite Gag Orders Under the Stored Communications Act

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In his Cyber Crime column, Peter A. Crusco discusses "gag orders" (also known as "preclusion-of-notice orders") issued under the Stored Communications Act, addressing issues of whether these gag orders violate the First Amendment, and constitute a prior restraint on speech, or violate the Fourth Amendment as an unreasonable search.

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