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California’s smartphone kill switch bill passes a second senate vote

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May
2014

Perseverance pays off, it seems. Just weeks after Californias senate shot down a bill that would require a remote kill switch feature on smartphones, the legislature has passed an amended version of the same would-be law. Senate critics dropped their opposition after changes were made to both give companies more time to implement the technology and explicitly left tablets out of the regulation.

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