California Introduces Bill To Ban Warrantless Spying

    Date10 Feb 2015
    Posted ByAlex
    Backed by a number of tech companies, California is eyeing state legislation to protect Relevant Products/Services its citizens from warrantless government surveillance of e-mails, text messages and cellphone communications. The proposed legislation is being backed by state senators Mark Leno, a Democrat, and Joel Anderson, a Republican. The proposal, Senate Bill 178, is also known as the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act. It would require law enforcement officials to first obtain warrants before accessing Californians' digital Relevant Products/Services information or communications.
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