Seventy-one law enforcement agencies have been accused of improperly sharing license plate reader data with anti-abortion states, potentially threatening women’s access to health services in California. But at least one of those agencies is now fighting back, accusing civil rights groups of promoting “lawlessness.”
Smile, Beverly Hills shoppers. You're on camera!
Is this the start of a new romance between Uber and city planners?
How do we promote good governance and improve the quality of our communities? Andrew Schrock thinks the answer lies in a dynamic mix of technology and civic activism, and now he’s literally writing the book on the subject.
Don’t shoot the messenger.
The data is open!
In lead up to the bill’s next committee hearing, CA Fwd caught up with him to get some finer grain details on SB 272.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has made innovation a focus of his first term as the city’s top executive.
Since 2009, the Mapping Los Angeles Project has used public data to document 272 different Los Angeles neighborhoods.
2015 should be the year for open data in California.