California Lawmaker Proposes Warrant Requirement for Digital Data Access

This week a California lawmaker is set to introduce a bill, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (CalECPA), that, if passed, would provide warrant protection for electronic communications, location information, and metadata. This bill would extend digital privacy rights for Californians, and if passed, California would join 15 other states that have passed similar measures. To read more about the proposed bill, visit http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2015/02/california-lawmaker-proposes-warrant-requirement-for-digital-data-access/.

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