The seizure of email without a search warrant by the US government may finally be a thing of the past. Enzyte founder is under investigation concerning fraud and discovered that the government was reading his email with out a warrant. He sued saying it was a violation of his fourth amendment rights and the 6th court of appeals ruled for him. The case could be appealed but at least the judicial system is catching up with technology by addressing these issues.
In a post 911 world where national security letters are being handed out does this really matter?