E-Mail Ruling Raises Questions A court decision this week which has some privacy advocates concerned. A court ruled that e-mail service providers have the right to read e-mails. Implications for a high-tech invasion of privacy seem dire, but it's still unclear how such a scenario would play out. Hear NPR's Andrea Seabrook and NPR's Larry Abramson.

E-Mail Privacy Decision Raises Questions

E-Mail Privacy Decision Raises Questions

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A court decision this week which has some privacy advocates concerned. A court ruled that e-mail service providers have the right to read e-mails. Implications for a high-tech invasion of privacy seem dire, but it's still unclear how such a scenario would play out. Hear NPR's Andrea Seabrook and NPR's Larry Abramson.