LA County Sheriff’s deputies have smartphones to take photographs that can be checked against mug shot databases using facial recognition technology. But there’s no state law protecting civil rights or privacy. Will pictures be limited only to people arrested? What about legal protesters? How long will the photos be kept in sheriff’s department files? We’ll look for some answers.
Also, Democrats in Sacramento are looking at new taxes and fees to finance popular programs… even though state revenues have increased more than expected.
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