Missourians May Get to Vote on Email Privacy Law

Lawmakers in the state of Missouri are considering a bill that would allow state residents to vote on whether or not the government should legally be allowed to read the emails or spy on the phone conversations of residents. The Privacy Amendment would be added to the Missouri Constitution ballot in August. If this goes through, Missouri would become the first state in the country to vote on email protection.

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