Montana's example may spur more states to act on cellphone privacy

Montana has taken the lead among states examining whether to require authorities to use a warrant to glean information about people's locations from their cellphones. More than a dozen states have reviewed similar measures in the past year. Maine's legislators have sent a privacy information measure to the governor's desk, and California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a warrant law like Montana's in 2012.

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