A device soon to be available to state and local law enforcement could allow police officers to bypass passwords and download everything on an electronic device in a matter of seconds. The rapid development of this kind of technology underscores the need to exert strict controls over the types of surveillance equipment police officer have access to, and how they use it.
- Rhode Island Bill Would Require Court Order for Stingray Spying, Hinder Federal Surveillance
- San Diego Has Been Turned Into a Massive Chinese-Style Public Surveillance Network
- To the Governor: Utah Bill to Ban Warrantless Access to Information in the Cloud, Help Hinder Federal Surveillance
- Utah Committee Passes Bill to Bar Police from Forcing a Person to Use Their Biometric Data to Open an Electronic Device
- Missouri Committee Passes Bill to Ban “Material Support or Resources” for Warrantless Federal Surveillance