Kansas Legislation Demands Drug Trafficking Deets From Social Media

This snooping legislation has good intentions that will likely further erode privacy and spark and continue to employ mobile phones as clandestine surveillance devices.

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The Cooper Davis Act would require social media companies to notify law enforcement when they spot evidence of online drug trafficking -- or face stiff fines.

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Shawnee teen's fentanyl death prompts bill to hold social media companies accountable

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - U.S. Sen. Roger Marshall, R-Kansas, has introduced a bill that would hold social media companies accountable for their role in allowing drug dealers to sell fentanyl. Marshall calls fentanyl poisonings the no. 1 killer of young people, saying 3-4 Kansans die each day from the deadly drug.