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In response to news last week that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) does not obtain warrants prior to accessing suspects’ electronic communications, IRS Acting Commissioner Steven Miller said the no-warrant policy for e-mails will be abandoned, CNET News reports. Testifying in front of the Senate Finance Committee, Miller said it’s currently the IRS’s policy to get a “search warrant in advance” of accessing a suspect’s e-mail, but he said he didn’t know if that policy extended to other electronic communications such as Facebook or Twitter.
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