Synagogue shooting suspect slipped through cracks, a push to lower voting age, and California sues Trump. Again
Good morning, California.
“Clearly, this software is faulty. It really should not be used by any law enforcement agency at this point.”—Assemblyman Phil Ting, to the San Francisco Chronicle, after facial-recognition software mistook him for a criminal.
- The San Francisco Democrat is carrying legislation to bar police from using body cameras to scan faces for possible criminals. The software mistook Ting and 25 other legislators for suspected criminals. The ACLU backs the measure. Police oppose it.