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 January 21, 2016  Laws, Surveillance

Cyrus Farivar reports:

On Wednesday, the American Civil Liberties Union unveileda new campaign to introduce a slew of pro-privacy bills in 16 states across America and the District of Columbia.

In what it has dubbed “#TakeCTRL,” the ACLU has partnered with various lawmakers in states ranging from Hawaii to New Hampshire to propose new laws that, among other restrictions, would require a warrant for the use of cell-site simulators, impose “rapid deletion” of data collected by an automatic license plate reader, and limit educational institutions’ ability to access data about what students do on school-loaned computers.

Read more on Ars Technica.

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