May 052016
 
 May 5, 2016  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Matt Lebow reports:

The Connecticut Senate unanimously passed a bill requiring police to provide necessary evidence in order to get a court order to track someone’s cell phone information.

According to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Connecticut, the state Senate passed the bill H.B. 5640An Act Concerning Compelled Disclosure of Cellular and Telephone Records” Wednesday evening. The bill was already passed by the house and now awaits action from Governor Malloy.

Read more on WTNH.

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