On October 8, 2015, Governor Jerry Brown signed the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act, which requires any state law enforcement agency to get a warrant before accessing any electronic information or metadata — including emails, texts, and location data — from individuals or businesses. This marks a significant milestone in the nationwide progress towards digital privacy rights for U.S. citizens. According to the American Civil Liberties Union, the legislation is the most comprehensive privacy law in the nation.

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