The Stored Communications Act (SCA), passed by Congress in 1986 as part of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, has proven to be a controversial piece of legislation. Although other articles have focused on the SCA’s outdated terminology, confusing language, and nonsensical provisions, this Note criticizes the SCA’s prohibition of certain disclosures by Internet service providers (ISPs) in the context of civil litigation between private parties.
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