Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Kansas Mobile Phone Spying Bill Push Cont'd

While mobile phones are basically for keeping track of the plebs, here's sketchy legislation that will make the process even more useful for authorities . . . Using a tragic story of a young lady murdered not so long ago . . . Read more:

Kelsey Smith's parents continue to push for federal law

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - U.S. Congress members from both parties and chambers are renewing a push to pass the Kelsey Smith Act, named after a Johnson County teen who was kidnapped and killed in 2007. The bill, which requires cellphone companies to turn over device location information in emergency situations, was first introduced in 2009.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Now that Yoder and the GOP are no longer controlling the House, the Democrats will get it passed.

Greg Smith still won't acknowledge that simple truth. It's amazing his incredible personal motives for passing this common sense law still won't budge him from blind loyalty to an uncaring dysfunctional immoral party.

It's time to thank Sharice and Nancy.