May 30, 2012 Laws, Surveillance, U.S.
Michelle Maltais reports:
California is one step closer to banning law enforcement from tapping the data from the tracking device in your palm, pocket or purse without a warrant.
The state Senate passed a bill Wednesday that requires a warrant to seek access from wireless carriers to the near-constant data stream coming from our cellphones.
Read more on The Los Angeles Times.
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