California Is Winning The Digital Privacy Fight

shutterstock_317154074 Starting in 2016, tech companies can tell law enforcement in California to come back with a warrant for access to digital data. That’s because California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act (CalECPA), a landmark digital privacy law that requires California police to obtain a warrant from a judge before they can access electronic… Read More

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