ECPA


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Related to ECPA: ECPS
AcronymDefinition
ECPAEuropean Crop Protection Association
ECPAEvangelical Christian Publishers Association
ECPAElectronic Communications Privacy Act
ECPAEscon Channel Port Adapter
ECPAEnhanced Channel Port Adapter
ECPAEuropean Commission on Preservation and Access
ECPAEnergy and Climate Partnership of the Americas (est. 2009)
ECPAÉditions du Centre de Psychologie Appliquée (French: Applied Psychology Publishing Center)
ECPAEarly Childhood Program Aid (New Jersey)
ECPAEnergy Conservation and Production Act (US Department of Energy)
ECPAEnquêtes Comprendre pour Agir (French road safety program)
ECPAElectronic Communications Privacy Act 1986 (USA)
ECPAEPCOR Centre for the Performing Arts (Alberta, Canada)
ECPAEye Care Plan of America (Luxottica)
ECPAÉcole de Conduite du Pays d'Arles (French driving school)
ECPAElectric Consumers Protection Act of 1986
ECPAExpert Committee on Post Adjustment (UN)
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An ECPA consists of a conventional adder plus a completion-prediction logic unit (Figure 1).
decided that limiting ECPA's territorial reach "serves the
technology community recognized that, "the ECPA is an anachronistic
Originally, the ECPA prohibited any NSL recipient, or "officer, employee, or agent thereof," from disclosing "to any person" that the FBI had "sought or obtained access to information or records" under the NSL provision.
applies insights from transnational conflicts cases to ECPA reform
Comm, on the Judiciary) [hereinafter ECPA Reform] ("The evolution of the digital age has given us devices and capabilities that have created conveniences for society and efficiencies for commerce.
surveillance framework, which tracks the ECPA, pointing out weaknesses
The ECPA has three titles, two of which relate to employers' rights to monitor their employees' electronic communications.
The new statute would look quite different from ECPA because overlooked changes in Internet technology have dramatically altered the assumptions on which the 1986 Act was based.
* Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) legislation continues to stall in both the House and Senate as competing interests such as federal sentencing reform, over-federalization of criminal law and forensic science reform have been keeping Congress busy in recent months.
The ECPA provides for fines of up to $250,000 and imprisonment of up to two years for violators.
Google's legal director of law enforcement and information security, Richard Salgado said that the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) must be updated in the Congress and governmental entities should be required to obtain a warrant, before requiring companies like Google to disclose the content of users' electronic communications.