Tell Governor Brown to protect your electronic privacy rights!
Requiring law enforcement to obtain a warrant before searching through your personal information is a basic civil right. However, current California law does NOT protect your electronic information from being accessed by law enforcement WITHOUT a warrant.
This means that everything that you share online, literally everything -- from your private emails, saved drafts on Dropbox, and personal social media posts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more -- is at risk for being tracked.
Join us to support the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act (SB 178) that will finally modernize California’s privacy laws and REQUIRE law enforcement to obtain a warrant from a judge before they can access an individual’s personal electronic information.
Sign the petition and tell Governor Jerry Brown:
"Please sign the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act (SB 178) to require law enforcement officials to obtain a warrant before they access an individual's personal electronic information."