Sep 242012
 
 September 24, 2012  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Mal Leary reports:

A law that requires cellphone providers to give law enforcement agencies the location of a person’s cellhone in an emergency is expected to be considered in Maine next year.

Eight states have adopted a version of the law, known as Kelsey’s Law.

“I fully expect we will see some version of it introduced,” said Rep. Anne Haskell, D-Portland, the lead Democrat on the Legislature’s Criminal Justice Committee and a former-co-chair of the panel. “When we see other states passing a law, we usually see a Maine version introduced.”

Read more on the Portland Press Herald.

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