"The theft and robbery of smartphones is the fastest growing crime in many cities across California because thieves have a financial incentive to steal and then resell these valuable devices on the black market,” Leno said in a statement following passage of the bill.What liars.
"We can end this crime of convenience and protect the safety of smartphone consumers by ensuring that every new phone sold in our state has theft-deterrent technology installed and enabled by default. Nothing less will solve the problem.”
Saturday, May 10, 2014
California lawmakers greenlight mobile killswitch bill
WHO ARE THEY KIDDING? Want to kill your phone? CALL THE PHONE COMPANY. This has nothing to do with making it easy to kill your "stolen" phone.