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Police Want Fast Track To Get At Your Private Data 301

Posted by timothy
from the if-you-have-nothing-to-hide dept.
An anonymous reader writes "According to this story on CNET, police again are pushing for new laws requiring ISPs and webmail providers to store users' private data for five years and also want a new electronic way of speeding up subpoenas and search warrants via police-only encrypted portals at all ISPs and webmail providers."
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