Indiana News

Bill Restricting Police Surveillance Up for Vote

INDIANAPOLIS (AP): A bill that would restrict law enforcement access to surveillance drones, GPS trackers and unwarranted cellphone searches is up for an Indiana state House vote. The measure would prevent law enforcement from operating unmanned aircraft, requesting passwords for electronic data or using real-time tracking devices without first obtaining court orders.

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