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California Law Revision Commission

-- Last revised 2/10/16 --

State and Local Agency Access to Customer Information from Communication Service Providers - Study G-300

    Senate Concurrent Resolution 54 (Padilla) (2013) directs the Law Revision Commission to make recommendations for reform of the law governing state and local agency access to customer information from communication service providers. The Commission's recommendations are to do all of the following:

    (a) Update statutes to reflect 21st Century mobile and Internet-based technologies.
    (b) Protect customers' constitutional rights, including, but not limited to, the rights of privacy and free speech, and the freedom from unlawful searches and seizures.
    (c) Enable state and local government agencies to protect public safety.
    (d) Clarify the process communications service providers are required to follow in response to requests from state and local agencies for customer information or in order to take action that would affect a customer's service, with a specific description of whether a subpoena, warrant, court order, or other process or documentation is required
    If you have questions or comments on this study, send an e-mail to Brian Hebert at bhebert@clrc.ca.gov.

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