Text messages stored for at least two years?
According to a recent report, the government would like to get inside of your cell phone.
There are discussions in Congress right now to update the 1986 privacy law. Police groups now want the major wireless carriers to store private text data for at least two years - and they want access to those messages.
Those groups say text messages are now a major part of criminal investigations.
Do you think your texts should be archived, just in case the police need them?
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