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US top court rejects law on police access to hotel registries

A Los Angeles ordnance requires hotels and motels to keep guest records for 90 days, and make them available to police upon requestThe US Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional a Los Angeles municipal law requiring hotels to give police unfettered access to their guest registries. Justice Anthony Kennedy, a conservative who sometimes sides with the court’s liberal wing, proved decisive in a ruling seen as affirming privacy rights. The Los Angeles ordnance requires hotels and motels to keep guest records for 90 days, and make them available to police upon request, with failure to comply a criminal misdemeanor.

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