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Hawaiian Bill Would Force ISPs to Track Users' Web Histories For 2 Years 200

Posted by timothy
from the honi-ko'u-'elemu dept.
New submitter mazinger writes "In Hawaii, a bill has been proposed to retain data on Internet users and the sites they visit. Apparently, there is also no requirement for a warrant to obtain the information from service providers. The bill affects not only ISPs but also coffee shops and anyone providing Internet access."
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Hawaiian Bill Would Force ISPs to Track Users' Web Histories For 2 Years

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