Earlier this month, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a very broad statute that protects digital privacy rights.
Called the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, it does not allow any law enforcement agency to force a business to turn over any metadata or digital communications without a warrant. The new legislation seems to be the most comprehensive in the United States.
Here’s an article from Slate we found that provides lots of details about the new California law.
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