California legislature has made a decisive move to rein in the “surveillance state.”

A ban on facial recognition software used by law enforcement or government agencies that started in San Francisco and Oakland has, in part, gone statewide. The Body Camera Accountability Act passed the California Legislature and was just signed into law by Gov. Newsom. The law puts in place a three-year state-wide moratorium on the use of facial recognition technology in body cams used by state and local law enforcement agencies. In this, the California legislature has made a decisive move to rein in the “surveillance state.”

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