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     32-26-46.   Definitions regarding electronic wireless communication devices. Terms used in §§ 32-26-47 and 32-26-48 mean:
             (1)      "Electronic wireless communication device," a mobile communication device that uses short-wave analog or digital radio transmissions or satellite transmissions between the device and a transmitter to permit wireless telephone communications to and from the user of the device within a specified area;
             (2)      "Voice operated or hands free technology," technology that allows a user to write, send, or listen to a text-based communication without the use of either hand except to activate, deactivate, or initiate a feature or function; and
             (3)      "Write, send, or read a text-based communication," using an electronic wireless communications device to manually communicate with any person using text-based communication including communications referred to as a text message, instant message, or electronic mail.

Source: SL 2014, ch 153, § 2.


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