Franken's Location Privacy Bill Voted Out of Judiciary Committee

Proposal won't advance until next Congress

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Sen. Al Franken's (D-Minn.) location privacy bill requiring companies to get permission from users before collecting their location information was voted out of the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday afternoon in a bipartisan voice vote.

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