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Police Push for Law Requiring Your Text Messages to Be Saved for Two Years

RightMarch December 5, 2012

Original Article: http://foxnewsinsider.com/2012/12/04/police-push-for-law-requiring-your-text-messages-be-saved-for-two-years/

Judge Napolitano

Police are pushing for a new law that would require wireless providers to record and store your private text messages for at least two years!

Judge Napolitano argues that while this is a privacy issue, it’s also a business judgment issue.

The law would require police to obtain a search warrant prior to access the messages, but would also require wireless companies to keep the information at their own expense.

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