March 25, 2015 Laws, Surveillance, U.S.
Nicole Ozer writes:
The California legislature today took an important step toward updating the laws that protect our electronic information when the state Senate’s Committee on Public Safety approved the California Electronic Privacy Act (CalECPA).
The bill, which enjoys bipartisan authorship and the support of numerous leading technology companies including Apple, Google, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft, along with organizations like the ACLU of California, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Center for Democracy and Technology, now moves on to the full Senate.
Read more on ACLU of Northern California.
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