Group is urging updates to a 1986 law that threatens digital privacy
As I'm reminded whenever I travel, the era of smartphones, websites, and cloud computing has brought wondrous advances to my life.
If I get lost, I can create an instant map, activate a GPS app on my iPhone, or call the person or business I'm trying to find. I can access my e-mail constantly - OK, not every advance is so wondrous. And I can get my personal data wherever I roam, whether around town, across the country, or overseas.
Is there any danger to all that access?