Google wants law to reflect 'cloud computing' environment
Mar 30, 2010 // The Hill

Google, a leading member Digital Due Process, released a blog post today advocating for an update to the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act. Google outlined the changes it hopes to see to the legislation, including requiring the government to obtain private documents and communication in an online environment.  The Hill's article on the blog post summarizes the changes Google wants to see made to the law:

The government should also demonstrate to a court that the data it wants to access is relevant and material to a criminal investigation before monitoring digital communication records. including email, instant messaging and text messaging.