Continuing the issues regarding your personal data versus the 4th Amendment and the gathering of your data, Executive Order 12333, We now have this bill moving quite strongly through Congress, with bipartisan support in both chambers.. I'll let it explain everything. Daily Dot, via /. My only concern is who is presented the warrant. As this sounds, Since Google or Facebook or the like owns your data (it's on their servers), since they would be 3rd party to any investigation, they would only need to be subpoenaed to hand over the data (no warrant required). You would not be presented a warrant to know that your personal data was seized or searched. With this bill, should it pass, who received the warrant? You, or Google/Facebook? I would hope that it would be both, but it's a good thing already that someone is pushing a bill like this to require a warrant altogether. So far, this looks like a no-brainer, but can anyone else think of what would be missing from this? BL.