"Thirty years have passed since the Electronic Communications Privacy Act became law, and what began as a pro-privacy statute has become an outdated burden in our increasingly digital and global age," said Mr. Collins. "The Supreme Court's decision to hear this case does not nullify Congress's responsibility to modernize and clarify the law."
"I'm old. But I'm not old school," he said. "I have a young brain. If being on time and working hard and all those things are old school, then yes, I'm old school. But I will match my wits with anybody in terms of young people and what's going on now and what's happening. I am woke."