The next policy steps require proper judicial review for warrants and banning most forcible entries.
This bill removes a requirement for police officers to obtain a warrant before accessing a person's prescription drug history.
Utah lawmakers will be presented a simple question in January: should police officers be able to go on fishing expeditions in privately owned or crowd-sourced DNA databases?
This bill prohibits law enforcement from using a person's biometric information, such as a fingerprint of facial scan, to access the person's electronic device.
This bill ensures that information you send through a 3rd party (e.g. Dropbox or your cell phone company's servers) is considered your private data and is only accessible by law enforcement with a warrant.
This bill allows law enforcement officers to circumvent a requirement to obtain a warrant to access a person's private medical information.