Linda Lye

Senior staff attorney with the ACLU of Northern California

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Among the slew of bills Governor Jerry Brown signed this week is one that has privacy activists cheering. It’s called the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act, or Cal-ECPA.

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Among the slew of bills Governor Jerry Brown signed this week is one that has privacy activists cheering. It’s called the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act, or Cal-ECPA.

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