#TakeCTRL: Alaska Joins Nationwide Push for Stronger Privacy Laws

Affiliate: ACLU of Alaska
January 20, 2016 11:45 am

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Today the ACLU of Alaska joined 17 other states in a coordinated, nationwide push for stronger laws to protect Americans’ personal information.

Rep. Andy Josephson (D-Anchorage) introduced two bills to safeguard privacy rights and ensure that students and employees do not have to share their social media login information with teachers or employers.

Check out pictures from the press conference here and pictures from around the country here!

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