Two California Bills Taking on Spying by “Stingrays” Pass out of Committee

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (June 26, 2015) – Two California bills that would work together to end the warrantless use of “stingrays” passed unanimously out of an important Assembly committee on Tuesday. Passage into law would not only help protect privacy in California, but would also hinder part of the federal surveillance state.

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Oregon Bill to Take on Warrantless Collection of Cellphone Data Passes State House

SALEM, Ore. (June 15, 2015) – A bipartisan Oregon bill that would prohibit law enforcement from obtaining information from electronic devices without a warrant in most cases overwhelmingly passed the state House last week. The proposed bill would not only protect privacy in Oregon, but would also address a practical effect of NSA spying.

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New Hampshire Bill Banning Warrantless Location Tracking Passes Senate: First Step Against Federal/State Surveillance State

CONCORD, N.H. (June 10, 2015) – A bill that would prohibit law enforcement from obtaining location data from electronic devices without a warrant in most cases passed the New Hampshire Senate last week. The legislation would not only protect privacy in New Hampshire, but also takes an important first step in addressing the growing federal surveillance state.

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