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Texas proposes one of nation’s “most sweeping” mobile privacy laws

Privacy experts say that a pair of new mobile privacy bills recently introduced in Texas are among the “most sweeping” ever seen. And they say the proposed legislation offers better protection than a related privacy bill introduced this week in Congress. If passed, the new bills would establish a well-defined, probable cause-driven warrant requirement for all location information.

Full article by Cyrus Farivar on arstechnica.com

  • Stella

    Bravo Texas (something I rarely say)! This is needed on a national level. Hopefully, the bill in Congress gets beefed up before it passes or strengthen later over time.