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.

Facial Recognition – Good Policing or Invasion of Privacy?

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.

LA Law Enforcement to Collect Biometric Data

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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