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Opinion Last week a Federal District Court in Boston decided that when someone reads your private email without your permission and before you receive it, it doesn't violate federal wiretap law. The ruling perfectly illustrates how we can frustrate the entire purpose of a statute simply by reading it too carefully.
By Mark Rasch, SecurityFocus
Published Monday 5th July 2004 21:59 GMT
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