Data Privacy Bill, U.S. v. Mexico, and Friday Film

Governor Jerry Brown signed the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act into law yesterday. Among other things, the new law will require police to get a warrant before accessing your digital data. Another bill Governor Brown is expected to sign would be the first in the nation to eliminate over-the-counter sales of antibiotics for livestock. Next, more than 90,000 people will descend on the Rose Bowl tomorrow to watch a soccer match between the US and Mexico. Finally, in our Friday film roundup, men who can’t relate to their children, grown-ups making childish decisions, and children getting stuck in a B horror movies with their dead mothers.