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Daily Dashboard | U.S. and Japan Enter Data Sharing Agreement; TX Court Expands Privacy Rights, and More Related reading: Target agrees to pay $18.5M for 2013 data breach

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Senators in Florida and Illinois are proposing bills to limit surveillance and police access to data; the Texas Court of Appeals has expanded cellphone privacy rights, and the Washington State Supreme Court has ruled citizens have the right to privacy in the text messages sent from their mobile devices. Meanwhile, the U.S. government has entered an agreement with Japan allowing the countries to share fingerprints of suspected terrorists to be matched against each other’s databases, and the U.S. Department of Justice is asking the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court for longer retention periods for certain data. Read about these and other developments from across the globe in this week’s Privacy Tracker legislative roundup.
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