Privacy groups oppose state gun control proposal

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December 5, 2018

eeea7a61-4c6b-4fa0-9baf-3775bc9e9b36-large16x9_gunsjpg2130601ver10A gun control proposal in the New York State Legislature is getting some push-back from privacy groups.

A state lawmaker wants to require the social media activity and online searches of handgun license applicants to be scrutinized by police.

Police would be able to reject applicants who make violent or hateful posts.

State Senator Kevin Parker hopes his proposal sparks discussion about the balance between public safety and online privacy. The Brooklyn Democrat says mass killers, like the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting suspect, often provide warning signs on their social media posts.

Read the full article: Jermey Miller

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