California legislature launched the 2012 location Privacy Act
United States local time on Wednesday, the United States legislative branch in California by positioning the 2012 of the Privacy Act (SB-1434) (
Location Privacy Act of 2012) Bill. The Act provides that any law enforcement without the approval of relevant departments are not able to use the GPS or other location-tracking system to track a suspect’s whereabouts.
It is learnt that the Bill proposed by State Senator Mark Leno, and received assistance from the ACLU and EFF in California, and eventually received support from two parties. Now, after the signing of the Act only California Governor to implement.
But EFF notes that you want the genuine implementation of this Act may also be some difficulties, because in their view, California Governor Jerry Brown may sign the Bill. According to the EFF claims that as early as a year ago, Brown refused to sign to strengthen the protection of personal privacy Act.