Minn. House adopts smartphone bill
ST. PAUL — The Minnesota House on Thursday adopted a bill requiring new smartphones bought or sold in Minnesota to have a “kill switch” to disable them in the event of theft.
The Senate passed a similar measure earlier this month. The bill heads back to the Senate for concurrence or formation of a conference committee.
The requirement would apply to phones manufactured after July 1, 2015.
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