California E-Mail Privacy Bill Passes Legislature, Heads to Governor's Desk
California Senator Debra Bowen's electronic privacy bill, SB 1841, which requires employers to notify employees before they read their employees e-mails or track Web sites they visit, is heading to the governor's desk. The measure, backed by consumer and privacy advocates, passed the Senate this week on a 23-11 vote.
Governor Schwarzenegger will have until September 30th to sign, veto, or let it become law without his signature. Read more.