Sep 192014
 September 19, 2014  Posted by  Announcements, Featured News, Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Parker Higgins of EFF writes:

An important California bill that would require warrants for law enforcement use of drones is currently sitting on Governor Jerry Brown’s desk. Unfortunately, there’s no guarantee that Gov. Brown will sign AB 1327, which passed the California legislature this August. EFF has long held that a warrant requirement is an essential component of any drone legislation, so while some of the bill’s language is imperfect, we encourage the Governor to sign the bill and ask concerned Californians to do the same.

One way the Brown administration gauges public support for a bill is through Twitter, so we’ve made it easy for you to send him the following message:

No warrantless drones for California cops! @JerryBrownGov, please sign AB 1327 to protect privacy in CA:

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