Assemblyman Cunningham…VOTE NO ON A.B. 165.
A dangerous bill in California would make it easy for the government to search the cell phones and online accounts of students and teachers. A.B. 165 rips away crucial protections for the more than 6-million Californians who work at and attend our public schools. Under the proposed law, anyone acting “for or on the behalf of” a public school—whether that’s the police or school officials—could search through student, teacher, and possibly even parent digital data without a court issuing a warrant or any other outside oversight.
Call Jordan Cunningham, Assembly District 35
State Capitol, Room 4098, Sacramento, CA 94249-0035 Phone: (916) 319-2035; FAX: (805) 549-3400
1150 Osos Street, Suite 207, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 Phone: (805) 549-3381 SLO
DIGITAL PRIVACY RIGHTS