NJ Lawmaker Tackles Privacy Rights In Bills Package

Law360, New York (July 10, 2013, 1:49 PM EDT) -- A New Jersey lawmaker said Wednesday that she has introduced a package of bills aimed at protecting residents’ privacy by limiting the release of security camera footage and health and taxpayer information in an effort to bar the government from overstepping on personal privacy.

New Jersey’s Deputy Assembly Republican Leader Amy Handlin has sponsored six bills and two resolutions aimed at tackling various aspects of a person’s right to privacy as well as freedom of the press through the enactment of a shield law. She said...
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