Google Stumps For NSA Reforms, Email-Access Warrants

Law360, New York (February 11, 2014, 4:05 PM EST) -- Google Inc. took to the blogosphere Tuesday and reiterated pleas for Congress to enact legislation curbing the National Security Agency’s spying authority and imposing warrant requirements on access to dated user communications.

In an official company post, Google Public Policy Vice President Susan Molinari echoed a set of five government surveillance reform principles the search giant announced in December in conjunction with Facebook Inc., Microsoft Corp. and other technology majors.

Molinari once again urged Congress to support the principles by passing the USA Freedom Act, a...
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