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!
SF police allegedly use rape victims’ DNA to tie them to crimes
Police Chief Bill Scott says he is committed to ending the practice immediately.Brittany M. 02/17/2022 - 3:47 AM
Mayor London Breed wants to expand cops' surveillance powers. Supervisors want to reduce them.
As of Jan. 1, law enforcement agencies across the state are prohibited from using facial recognition technology for a period of three years.
If Gov. Gavin Newsom gives it his ok, California will become the largest state in the union to ban facial recognition technology from law enforcement’s body-worn cameras.
Oakland Bans Facial Recognition Technology
Brittany M. 08/05/2019 - 4:11 PM
Oakland has become the second California city and the third nationwide to ban the use of facial recognition technology by government and law enforcement officials. Berkeley may be next.
Should governments think twice before banning facial recognition technology?
San Francisco could soon become the first city to ban facial recognition technology under an ordinance proposed Tuesday by Supervisor Aaron Peskin.
Police: Long Beach Police Clerk Secretly Taped Cops in Department Restroom
28-year-old clerk typist Sergio Nieto allegedly used a hidden cell phone camera to spy on 69 men.Brittany M. 02/05/2019 - 6:55 AM