Apr 162020
 April 16, 2020  Posted by  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Mike Maharrey reports:

 A bill introduced in the New York Assembly would ban geolocation tracking and geofencing warrants. Passage of the legislation would not only protect privacy in New York; it would also hinder the growth of the federal surveillance state.

Asm. Dan Quart (D-Manhatten) introduced Assembly Bill 10246 (A10246) on April 8. The legislation would ban the search of geolocation data of a group of people who are under no individual suspicion of having committed a crime and would bar courts from issuing reverse location search warrants. The proposed law also creates a process to suppress any evidence gathered in violation of the law.

Read more on TenthAmendmentCenter.

h/t, Joe Cadillic

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