In what privacy advocates are hailing as a landmark victory, California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law a sweeping tech privacy bill which will require police in the state to obtain warrants for access to telecommunications data, including emails, text messages, GPS coordinates, and other digital information.
Thank goodness we have the TPP just around the corner that will invalidate this new law.
We can't have Corporations and governments hogtied by such regulations - that would slow profits.
The Corporations need unfettered access into our most private matters so that they can ensure that us little people are not interfering with the inalienable Digital Rights of the Corporation.
That is an excellent point.
Does this law do anything to stop the unfettered corporate reading
of one's corporate email account on their servers?
Did Fiorina get any legal verdict on her hacking of the phone messages at HP?
The Big Lie...It's our corporate server we get to do what we want.