Crime Bill Addresses Electronic Stalking, Legal Protection of Minors

Associated Press

The House Judiciary Committee today passed a crime bill designed to address electronic stalking and expand the legal protections for minors.

The bill, was proposed by Gov. Sean Parnell as a way to expand punishments for distributing child pornography and criminalize stalking using technology like global positioning systems or keystroke trackers.

The bill also allows the attorney general to subpoena Internet service providers for information relating to prosecutions.
The bill now heads to the House Finance Committee.

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