Michigan’s Data Privacy Ballot Measure Passes

Michigan’s Data Privacy Ballot Measure Passes

Though much of the attention has gone to California’s recent data privacy ballot measure, Michigan also presented significant legislation to its voters this past November 3. And voters answered with a resounding yes. The approval of Proposal (Prop) 2–an amendment to Michigan’s state constitution–requires law enforcement to obtain a warrant before seizing any electronic data.…
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Max Totsky

Max Totsky is journalist based in Chicago. His writing can be found at Inc.com, PopMatters, and ADCG.org.

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