California passed a law boosting police transparency on cellphone surveillance. Here’s why it’s not working – LA Times
The secrecy around the technology, which can ensnare the personal data of criminals and bystanders alike, spurred lawsuits and demands for public records to uncover who was using it and the extent of its capabilities. In California, a 2015 law requires law enforcement agencies to seek permission at public meetings to buy the devices, and post rules for their use online.
FOLLOW THE LINK FOR THE FULL REPORT – JR