On March 27, 2019, Utah Governor Gary Herbert signed House Bill (HB) 57 – known as the Electronic Information or Data Privacy Act – into law, making Utah the first state to protect information that individuals have shared with certain third parties. Among its provisions, HB 57 states that, effective May 14, 2019, law enforcement may not generally obtain certain types of “electronic information or data” for use in a criminal investigation or prosecution without first obtaining a search warrant.Read more »
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Utah Requires Warrant for Law Enforcement Access to Certain Types of Data Posted on: April 12, 2019 In: Data Privacy & Cybersecurity
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