As ridiculous as that may seem, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, a federal statute meant to address an entirely different purpose, is now being contorted and used in a way that could affect every American who dares to delete Internet searches on their own devices.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act was passed after the Enron scandal. Company executives, or their underlings, reportedly shredded each and every document which they felt could incriminate them, according to TheNation.com, which as part of an in-depth report explored the history behind the law and how it has been abused. It was passed with the intention of thwarting similar behavior by other corporations in the future.
Read the rest of my deleting your browser history report on Off The Grid News.