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FLEOA 2017 ECPA Letter

Since the genesis of electronic communications, its benefits have been used by criminals and terrorists to hide their activities in the cyber world. In many cases, law enforcement isn't alerted to these crimes until days after. As such, it makes tracking these cyber criminals a game of catch up. Making it more difficult for law enforcement to access this information is like barring the doors to the hospital emergency room after a catastrophe.Last year, we wrote to both the Senate and House Judiciary Committees about our disappointment with both the content of proposed amendments to ECPA, and the exclusion of federal law enforcement stakeholder input. This year, we request that you utilize stakeholder input and the valuable lessons learned for federal law enforcement's for every facet of ECPA.

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