HB 1304 Invasive technologies; public bodies to conduct analysis when authoriz. or prohibiting use. report.
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Summary as introduced:
Privacy impact analysis; policies and guidelines for using invasive technologies; impact on civil liberties; Joint Commission on Technology and Science. Requires public bodies to conduct a privacy impact analysis when authorizing or prohibiting the use of invasive technologies (e.g., radio frequency identification, tracking systems, facial recognition systems, hidden cameras, spyware, photo monitoring systems and Internet wiretaps) beginning July 1, 2006. The bill requires the Joint Commission on Technology and Science (JCOTS) to propose to the Governor and the 2006 General Assembly, by the first day of the 2006 Regular Session of the General Assembly, policies and guidelines for public bodies to follow in conducting the privacy impact analysis. In developing the policies and guidelines, the bill requires JCOTS to review the invasive technologies available for use, the current legal requirements of their use and the reasons for their use, their impact on civil liberties, and any safeguards that are or should be used to mitigate negative impacts.

Full text:
01/20/04  House: Presented & ordered printed 045181380  pdf

Status:
01/20/04  House: Presented & ordered printed 045181380
01/20/04  House: Referred to Committee on Science and Technology
01/26/04  House: Continued to 2005 in S.T. (18-Y 0-N)
12/10/04  House: Left in Science and Technology