California Now Has The Nation's Best Digital Privacy Law


California passed the Electronic Communications Privacy Act into law, which states that law enforcement agencies and other investigative entities must have a warrant to obtain content and geodata location information. The ACLU of Northern California, which rallied the movement, hopes this will be used as a model for the rest of the nation in protecting digital privacy rights.

The challenge now is implementation and enforcement.

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