First US smartphone kill-switch legislation awaits California governor signature – Ars Technica

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Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
Ars Technica
A bill to require mandatory kill-switches on smartphones so that they can be disabled in the event of theft passed the California state senate today and could become law if Governor Jerry Brown signs it in the coming weeks. The bill would mandate (PDF
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