There is nothing radical about SB21 per se, other than it hasn’t been done before as to surveillance equipment. California spends more time discussing and imposing regulations on barber shops and taco trucks than on equipment capable of tracking my whereabouts in real time, locating me within my own home, place of worship or doctor’s office, tracking my face as I walk about town.
-Brian Hofer, Oakland Privacy
The committee will vote on July 11. If the bill passes the committee, it will go to the floor of the Assembly for a vote. It has already passed the California Senate.
You are encouraged to add your personal touch to the subject and/or the email content.
You can call and/or tweet the committee members. Tell them to vote for SB 21:
Ed Chau (D) Tel: (916) 319-2049
Kevin Kiley (R) Tel: (916) 319-2006
Catharine Baker (R) Tel: (916) 319-2016
Marc Berman (D) Tel: (916) 319-2024
Ian Calderon (D) Tel: (916) 319-2057
Matthew Dababneh (D) Tel: (916) 319-2045
Jacqui Irwin (D) Tel: (916) 319-2044
Ash Kalra (D) Tel: (916) 319-2027
Jay Obernolte (R) Tel: (916) 319-2033
Eloise Gomez Reyes (D) Tel: (916) 319-2047
Cut and Paste Tweets
Please vote for SB 21 to end secret mass police surveillance @AsmEdChau @KevinKileyCA @Baker4Assembly @AsmMarcBerman @IanCalderon
Please vote for SB 21 to end secret mass police surveillance @MattDababneh @Asm_Irwin @Ash_Kalra @Reyes4Assembly