- The California Assembly passed Assembly Bill 1262, which aims to limit voice data retention by smart speaker developers, with a 63-0 vote May 10. The bill, now under Senate consideration, would require affirmative user consent to retain and store the data.
- CBS Chicago reports Illinois Senate Bills 2339 and 2340 passed the House Judiciary Criminal Committee. The bills seek to strengthen the privacy of sexual assault victims and their case files.
- A bill allowing warrantless surveillance of cellphone data unanimously passed the North Carolina House of Representatives 116-0, The News & Observer reports.
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