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E-Mail Case Raises Questions About Digital Privacy

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E-Mail Case Raises Questions About Digital Privacy

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E-Mail Case Raises Questions About Digital Privacy

E-Mail Case Raises Questions About Digital Privacy

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Last week, a judge in Michigan ordered Yahoo to give a deceased Marine's family full access to his e-mail account. Liane Hansen speaks with Marc Rotenberg of the Electronic Privacy Information Center about what the Michigan case means for the privacy of personal communications.

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