Jun 042015
 June 4, 2015  Laws

Will Matthews writes:

The California Senate today took a powerful stand for privacy, voting unanimously to approve the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act (CalECPA).

Recognizing the urgent need to take the laws that protect our electronic information out of the digital dark ages, the Senate vote makes clear that police should have to go to a judge and get a warrant before searching our online accounts or personal devices for information about who we are, where we go, who we know and what we do.

The bill has not yet passed the Assembly.

Read more on ACLUNC.org.

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