Allows any government employee to conduct content surveillance of US citizens
This occurs when computer owners and operators “authorize” surveillance and law enforcement agents “have reasonable grounds to believe contents of communication will be relevant” to investigating computer trespass and does not acquire anyone else’s communications
Allows interception of messages suspected of being sent through a computer without "authorization."
The term "authorization" is not defined, giving the owner/operator of the computer and the government agent great discretion
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