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 December 3, 2014  Laws, Surveillance

Kathryn Watson reports:

With technology outpacing privacy laws, Virginia lawmakers are trying to plan for the unexpected.

Democratic state Sen. Chap Petersen and Republican state Delegate Richard Anderson are looking to prohibit state agencies and law enforcement from using any technology — think automatic license plate readers, call databases and drones — to passively collect and then keep personal information without a warrant.

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