Stored Communications Act: Who Owns Your Emails?

06.07.2017 Past Event

Gardere Webinar

Location

Webinar

Gardere attorneys Peter S. Vogel and Taylor E. White presented the webinar titled “Stored Communications Act: Who Owns Your Electronic Communications?”

The Stored Communications Act (SCA) of 1986 was created to protect telephone records, not email. But now all internet services providers (ISPs) like Google (gmail), Microsoft (Office365), AOL and everyone else rely on the SCA to limit access to email depending where the emails are stored. The complicated practical business reality is that most employees use their company cells, tablets and laptops to conduct both their personal and their company business. This webinar explored how courts view the SCA and your emails.

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Stored Communications Act: Who Owns Your Emails?

Location

Webinar