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A Missouri State Representative Introduces Bill Prohibiting Firearms Surveillance

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Missouri State Representative Nicholas Schroer (R- 107), has introduced a bill. Other types of decentralized databases aimed at storing data on gun owners in the state are illegal.

The bill does, however, provide certain exceptions to the use of the DLT for the surveillance of firearms. Exempt persons include law enforcement officials, merchants who use DLT or similar technology to report sales to the state government, and firearms owners who have issued a written authorization for the surveillance of their weapons.

Part of the bill entitled "Imposes Restrictions on the Use of Firearms Tracking Technology" reads:

"It is unlawful to require that a person use or be required to disclose any identifiable information about the person or his firearm for the purpose of using electronic gun tracking technology.

Other Highlights of the Bill

Schroer also proposes in his bill anyone found guilty of unlawfully pursuing firearms at any time. Blockchain technology help can be held responsible for an E-class crime.

According to the law firm Carver Cantin Mynarich, LLC, class E felo The nies are the least serious of crimes set out in state laws and guilty offenders can face up to four years imprisonment. Tax evasion and the possession of stolen and fraudulent certificates, records or reports are examples of E-class crimes.

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The bill also differentiates electronic weapons spraying technologies from systems Official law enforcement agencies like the Missouri Uniform. Law Enforcement System Database (MULES). Electronic firearms tracking technologies refer to DLTs or other decentralized databases

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The proposed legislation is almost identical to that promulgated by the Government of Canada. Arizona in February 2017.

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