Joshua Thai

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department lieutenant in charge of implementing the county's biometric database

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LA Sheriff’s deputies have been taking fingerprints with mobile devices for years.

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Without any public notice at all, Los Angeles County is taking bids for compiling America’s biggest repository of personal data outside what’s kept by the FBI.

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