SC Business Law Blog- This Ain't Backup (And Maybe Not Storage, Either): SC Supreme Court Considers the Stored Communications Act

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The South Carolina Supreme Court recently had occasion to consider the application of the federal Stored Communications Act. Three of the five Justices on the Court issued opinions in the case, underscoring the difficulties in construing this law enacted before the advent of browsers and webmail.

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