Senate Bill 178, now in the Assembly, would require law enforcement agencies to get warrants before searching someone’s mobile devices for incriminating email, text messages, documents, metadata, geolocation information and other private electronic communication.
Senate Bill 178, now in the Assembly, would require law enforcement agencies to get warrants before searching someone’s mobile devices for incriminating email, text messages, documents, metadata, geolocation information and other private electronic communication. Mark Lennihan Associated Press file
Senate Bill 178, now in the Assembly, would require law enforcement agencies to get warrants before searching someone’s mobile devices for incriminating email, text messages, documents, metadata, geolocation information and other private electronic communication. Mark Lennihan Associated Press file

Time to step up privacy of personal digital data

August 20, 2015 05:02 PM

UPDATED August 21, 2015 12:02 AM

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