Justice and Due Process
Government agencies are getting new tech to invade your privacy. What does this mean for Utah?
Limited and Open Government
Technology has played a vital role in our response effort to the coronavirus. However government can leverage that technology to abuse our rights.
This bill restricts the ability of government to use facial recognition technology for law enforcement purposes.
This bill clarifies that the exchange of blockchain tokens does not constitute money transmission and therefore require a license. It also creates a task force of relevant stakeholders to discuss blockchain applications to...
This bill sets up the legal infrastructure for autonomous vehicles to be able to operate on Utah's roadways.
This bill would allow you to get a document notarized electronically while interacting with a notary through a video chat, rather than in person.
Other state governments are moving forward with blockchain technology. Why not Utah?
This bill allows the trucking industry an exemption from current laws that would prevent truckers from using this automated platooning technology to the fullest.
This bill amends Utah's Constitution to make clear that electronic data is afforded the same presumption of privacy as paper-based data.
By Sean Brian Editor’s Note: The issues at heart of the cases described below were the subject of pioneering legislation in Utah that now protects stored and transmitted data on electronic devices such as a cell phone. Of...