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Have the courts ever held email to be private? Isn't this how Microsoft got in trouble again and again - having their email subpoenaed broadly in court?
Posted Nov 8, 2007 20:33 UTC (Thu) by dvdeug (subscriber, #10998)
I don't think there was any difference in Microsoft's case between email and physical mail;
Microsoft is a public-traded business, which gives them responsibilities that the public
doesn't have, and a court can subpoena documents from someone, email or paper.
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