To: Dean Sanpei,
Subject: Life is short. Have an affair.
Date: Thu Oct 31 21:33:22 MDT 2013
nical capacity to identify the specific location of a phone? Tippie said. That information was available to their engineers back in the day, but it wasnt available to the Verizon person we contacted at 2 oclock in the morning.That has now changed, he said. We call them up and say we have an emergency and we get the information immediately.But that isnt always the case for local law enforcement in many states. Only nine have adopted Kelseys Law, requiring cellphone companies to release pertinent information to police in an emergency, like an abducted teenager or an elderly person who wanders off and cant be found. Since Kansas adopted the law in 2009, Nebraska, Minnesota, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Missouri, Hawaii, Tennessee and Utah have followed suit.Missey Smith and her husband, Greg, a Kansas state senator, are the law's toughest proponents, traveling the country to lobby the legislation by speaking before lawmakers in various states. The couple visited Rhode Island last week and Nevada on Monday.The latest draft of Kelseys law, obtained by FoxNews.com, also protects cellphone providers from lawsuits, stating, No cause of action shall lie in any court against any provider of a commercial mobile service or an IP-enabled voice service, its officers, employees or agents for providing call location information in an emergency situation. The information is readily available to cellphone providers within 15 to 20 minutes and we could no ns isn't achieved in high-risk border sectors within five years, a commission made of border state officials would make recommendations on how to achieve it.After 10 years, people granted "registered provisional immigrant status" could apply for green cards granting them permanent residency -- and the ability to seek citizenship -- if the new security and fencing plans have been completed, the mandatory employment verification system is in place and used by all employers, and the new electronic exit system is operating at airports and seaports, collecting machine-readable visa or passport information from airplanes and ships.The electronic exit system is meant to keep better track of people in the country on temporary visas. Some 40 percent of people in the country illegally arrived with visas but stayed after they expired. The employment verification piece would be an expansion of an existing system called E-Verify that's currently voluntary for most employers, though it's mandatory in some states.The bill would allocate $5.5 billion for the various proposals, including $1.5 billion for fencing, $2 billion for other border measures and $2 billion to help the commission of border state officials do its work, should that become necessary, the person said, stressing more or less money could be allocated if needed.The border security details were first reported Wednesday by the Wall Street Journal.