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 January 31, 2020  Posted by  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Ray Schultz reports:

A privacy bill that addresses email only has been introduced in the Oklahoma State Legislature.

House Bill 2810, the so-called Oklahoma Email Communication Content Privacy Protection Act, would prohibit email service providers from scanning subject lines or the body of any email communication sent to its users, and from letting any other entity do so.

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