To participate fully in society, we are asked to surrender personal, identifying information to third parties. The disclosures range from telephone and bank records to e-mail and Internet accounts. Whether the newest type of personal information — Internet account data — can be uncovered by law enforcement depends on the recognition of the right to informational privacy. Ken Strutin, director of legal information services at the New York State Defenders Association, analyzes some key cases.
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