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As consumers in the USA and overseas demand more privacy on their electronic devices, tech companies such as Apple and Google have strengthened their data encryption to protect personal information from cyber criminals and government surveillance.Privacy concerns have risen in the wake of the 2013 revelations by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden that the NSA was collecting the phone data of millions of Americans.(AP Photo/Rick Scuteri, File) On Wednesday, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signed a bill that bars cities and towns from mandating sale of so-called “smart guns”—technology that tracks a weapon or stops unauthorized users from firing it.It’s just one of several Arizona laws in recent years that has restricted the ordinances localities can pass — many, though not all, with a conservative bent, observers say.(Federal law still maintains that marijuana cultivation, sale and distribution is illegal.) It is also now legal to cultivate, harvest, dry and process not more than six living marijuana plants and possess the marijuana produced by the plants.

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Tommy Franklin, wears a face mask "Stealing Sick Time Makes Us Sick" at a demonstation against the Preemption Bill at the State Capitol on Thursday, March 2, 2017.The council's members include Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter.Although there is currently no law forcing tech companies to build in ways for the government to bypass privacy technology on electronic communication, Pocan and Massie say there is heavy pressure on companies to do so.All of those efforts would fall by the wayside if House File 600, otherwise known as the Uniform Labor Standards Act — or pre-emption bill — becomes law.The bill, which has 35 Republican authors in the House, blocks cities from mandating a higher minimum wage or greater sick leave and scheduling benefits than what's required by the state of Minnesota.The new law makes it a felony to require others to use a technology that “is used to locate or control the use of a firearm.” Its focus appears to be on technology like GPS and block chain, which respectively track a weapon’s physical location and its chain of ownership.