I keep watching court cases where documentation from phone conversations is essential for a victim's case and even a defendant's innocence.
Our government legally spies on and records all our phone conversations and emails. Yet we can't defend ourselves? And the LDS Church is supporting this? The LDS Church is already under fire for censorship of recordings and Bishop's lone interviews of children.
Recording is not what's wrong, it's the use of recording that can be used for wrong. Just like guns don't kill people, criminals murder people. This is yet another example of Utah's authorities making more new laws that hurt the vulnerable in our society. I'm surprised the legislatures have not yet passed a Zion Phone Curtain (or Wall) Bill, but this definitely is on its way to a future probability. More transparency is needed not more censorship.
- Egyptianorigins (Me)
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