4 Burst results for "California Department Of Justice"

"california department justice" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:47 min | 10 months ago

"california department justice" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Weather from ABC NEW Camp. I'm Brian Clark. The same day, a record 3309 Americans died of covert 19, according to Johns Hopkins University. Food and Drug Administration authorized use of the first Corona virus vaccine. Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, says that it seems to have worked across all different age groups and different ethnicities. So this is a vaccine that appears from my perspective to be both, Ah, lot more effective than we had hoped for, and to have a very good safety record very similar to other vaccines. Nursing home residents and health care workers will be first in line to get the vaccine maybe sees Victor of Kendall's of the FedEx world hub in Memphis, with more on how will be distributed the shipping giant air, basically splitting the country in half ups handles the east FedEx We'll handle the West. Vaccine shipment will be given the highest priority, and they'll be closely monitored with multi layer tracking devices. Ups trackers will not only be able to determine the precise location 24 7, but also sends for movement or rising temperatures. That's key. That visor vaccine we know has to be kept at sub zero Temps and here at the FedEx World hub. They do it freezers capable of storing the vaccine, But the idea is to get this moving quickly. Supreme Court Friday declined to take up the lawsuit brought by the Republican attorney general of Texas against four states in a bid to overturn election results over 100. Congressional Republicans supported the suit, but one prominent Republican senator opposed it says ABC is Andy Field, Republican Senator Ben says, saying that since election night, a lot of people have confused voters with quote Kenyan birth type Chavez rigged the election from the grave conspiracy theories and that every American who cares about the rule of law should be comforted that the Supreme Court Including all three of President Trump's picks close the book on the Nonsense Electoral College will seal seal the election. On Monday, President Trump signed a funding agreement that avoided a government shut down. It's a short term lasting and next week you're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Jurors and Sacramento County can ignore that jury summons for the rest of the month. All jury trials and jury service is suspended until January. 4th as a Sacramento region is now under California's new stay at home order, officials say trials are in progress will remain in session. California Department Justice is joining a federal lawsuit alleging that Google is violating antitrust laws, shutting out competitors and suppressing innovation. The announcement yesterday comes from Attorney General Javier Becerra. The Bay Area's luxury home market is boiling hot compass real estate reports, sales of homes priced north of $3 million have skyrocketed 46% this year. That's a record increase, and it has helped push.

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"california department justice" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"california department justice" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It sounds like it's going to be in his lawsuit as well. Again If you're just joining us, we're talking to Jeffrey King, whose founder and editor of Open Vallejo and founder and CEO of the informed California Foundation. When you say that maybe the way to Do this is to move toward de funding the police or starting over as faras. The whole police force is concerned. Where to City Hall stand on that. I know, for example, that the city manager Jeff, half of layoffs City manager was apparently according to the story that you reported Informed about these badges and pretty much denied that he knew anything about it. He has come around somewhat about his knowledge as have others, But the bottom line is that I used to work in a Press Freedom Organization focused on journalists outside the United States, largely doing their work in authoritarian systems and I can tell you without hyperbole that Valeo reminds me. In some ways of those situations. City Hall's entirely disinterested. In any sort of defunding or disbanding or he perform. It seems, you know, I say that is an observer, not as an activist. In addition, people who do speak up received threats. They are harassed. I've received threats. Other journalists I know have received threats. Civil rights lawyers I know who have received threats and so It's this sort of strange authoritarians fiefdom. 45 minutes outside of San Francisco is also my hometown. Which is why, you know, I figured I would try and shut a light. But At this point dealio is Not something I would call in line with Democratic self governance and It seems that Intervention by somebody. The FBI the California Department justice is going to be required to shake some of this loose. Let me bring another Colorado from Sacramento. Sam joins us, Sam Good morning and welcome to the program. Hi. Thank you for taking my call. I'm listening to you for decades. I just wanted to give a couple points. One anecdotal. I grew up in the Tahoe and we had some pretty Ah. Stringing police officers, I guess would be one way to put it on. And the known thing was that these were now practicing police officers that were from Valeo and San Jose that got transferred up there. Because of things that they did. So that brings me to my second point, which you mentioned. You're dealing Google sheet and building into a database of the previous some things that have happened. I just wonder how far back your data goes. I think you should go back to the toe. Check that. And then my father was a police officer in Oakland in the seventies, and he quit. After they killed some black Panthers. And he said, You know the problem of being a police officer. Is that when all that you look for his bad pretty soon, that's all you can see. Thank you for that. Sam. Let me go back to Jeffrey King on this, Geoffrey, You want to respond? Sure, I think that those are both very, very good points. And we put a lot of burdens on our police both here in Vallejo, California in this country that Could be handled by other actors, and that can often lead you know. Potentially over half of people killed by police, according to some numbers are people disabilities. Many people with mental health crises are killed by police. And so I think that's why advocates are at least one of the reasons why advocates are Trying to reimagine what policing might look like in terms of the transfers. That's actually something that we're going to be looking at. We have been quietly on DH sometimes not so quietly in terms of we just found a lawsuit. I'm gathering data gathering public records for a year. And one of the things we're going to be looking at is how transfers to and through Valeo have Impacted policing here. So I'll give you an example when Robert Nicolini, who was a deputy chief in Oakland, came to fillet on 1995 if you go back to the 19 fifties. You don't see More than a handful of transfers from Oakland Toe DiLeo. Once he becomes chief, you start to see it ramp up a little. Now it's still small department about 100 officers, so I don't know the statistically significant but you can see it charted out. And they start coming in. You have the 2003 federal oversight. Of OPD happened. You start seeing more people come in. And then eventually, in 2014 you have six officers.

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"california department justice" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"california department justice" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The committee staffers for all their work to prepare for this hearing in this testimony represents my own views as professor Valenti lays out we know very little about the economics of privacy the number and severity of privacy violations the quantification of harm and how many violations regulations would deter without these key points of information it's ill advised to build a command and control regulatory G. regime which presumes the regulators are in the know numbers that I have come from Sasha Romanowski at rand who estimates that there are a few hundred information privacy violations per year which is actually a small number given the size of the digital economy given the good policy information is not available regulatory advocates look for other arguments to justify their preferred approach such as competition not many well intentioned policies are promoted on this premise that they will level the playing field but we must look at the actual affects not just the fear in argumentation however compelling it may be a my testimony introduces the content to nearing concept of control points just as a linchpin keep the wheel from sliding off an axle harnessing a control point is a powerful efficient way to governor system now commissioner Chopra suggests that there's a corporate royalty controlling our economy will similarly there's a regulatory royalty controlling our politics conventional wisdom at the regulation follows market failure the reality is that regulation follows market success it's no surprise that interested sorties around the world and across the U. S. are looking at the American tech sector because that's where the money is this is a source of political power because it brings revenue to various states through litigation fees and we can see the activities of state attorneys general who wish to make national policy by using the bully pulpit of their state fortunately Congress can temper the self interested actors so that no one state can dictate the commercial terms of our national economy I am extremely grateful that this Congress is considering updating the privacy framework for the digital age we can learn a lot from the European Union which has had a two decade natural experimented regulating the tech economy the long term trends and outcomes are clear by looking at the European Commission digital scoreboard and the Eurostat surveys while large enterprise moves along small and medium size companies have a hard time growing they don't invest in information technology and they transacted a look cross borders after eighteen months of the GDP are in effect we can see that the largest advertising platforms have gained market share well their fledgling ad tech rivals have lost ground G. P. R. imposes a set of fix cross across all enterprises only the largest players can afford the costly requirements of lawyers fees chief privacy officer audits impact assessment software updates and so on less than half of all companies can comply with these regulations the cost three million dollars per firm and one fifth of companies will never complied and consumers are no better off online trust is at its lowest point since two thousand six in contrast the United States welcomed forty thousand new internet startups last year alone we have been fortunate to have a single national market from our founding and a two hundred twenty year tradition of carefully constructed bottom up privacy rules that were democratically decided and based upon real world harms the CCPA with at seventy seven regulations on enterprise has twenty two more obligations than the GPR a preliminary cost benefit analysis prepared by the California department justice suggests the cost sixty benefits by a factor of fourteen it's no seventy billion dollars in start up and running costs for compliance most of these costs go to privacy lawyers and consultants the consumer benefits are estimated generously at a mere five billion dollars now it's hard to see what's progressive about giving the windfall to the privacy bar at the expense of consumers and small business these are companies with five hundred employees are less they make up ninety nine percent of the California businesses these are the companies who are going to bear the brunt of regulations which are dreamed up by the regulatory royalty in a mere month now the appeal to justify this regulation on route Uman writes is part of an attempt to avoid the forthright discussion about the costs now in closing there's a right way and a wrong way to do privacy protection DD P. R. C. CPA on the wrong way good regulation should cost little to implement it should be easy to understand I appreciate that this committee is considering alternatives if we're concerned about competition we should stop adopting rules that unwittingly strength in the largest players in the end I'm optimistic because the market we're talking about today maybe a third of our national economy the other seventy percent of our economy is where our opportunities are that is where the data revolution has not come that is where we have the opportunities to grow where we can transform lagging industries in and and health and transportation so the important part is we want these kind of new companies to emerge we have to and we want to replace the status quo we have to make sure that we don't kill it in the cradle by regulation that stop the innovator at the gate this hearing is taking place live before a house judiciary subcommittee chaired by David says to Laney of Rhode Island and not and will not proceed under the five minute rule and I recognize that you're the full committee Mister Nadler for five minutes thank you Mister chairman a process of the lady over the last ten years the five largest tech platforms have acquired over four hundred companies globally without any real challenge from anti trust enforcers Sir is there any evidence to suggest this to factor math actress scrutiny.

"california department justice" Discussed on Techdirt

Techdirt

01:48 min | 5 years ago

"california department justice" Discussed on Techdirt

"Stop mubarak than talk to the dmv the dmv got the the california department justice involved and i sent a cease and desist and ultimately revoked that registrations of all of the hoover a test vehicles which which was what led to that that interesting scene of these vehicles being loaded onto onto the truck just just as a as a legal aside an interesting point to me was that the dmv which i think probably has the authority to revoke registrations in virtually any circumstance on the grounds of safety decided to cite a statute which probably doesn't give them the authority to revoke the registration so so it was what did what did they fight i i miss this parliamentary will also they actually cited to they cited to the statute based on autonomous on that give that gives a forty to regulate economists vehicles which really doesn't doesn't deal all that closely with the punitive measures that can be taken it says that regulations may be adopted and then you look at the regulations that didn't have a whole lot on suspending or revoking registration whereas if you go to a different section of the vehicle code which explicitly deals with revoking registrations dmv could have probably argued that these vehicles were unsafe of course there were videos all over the place of these vehicles you know running running red light sir turning the wrong way that's where stuff so they could possibly argued that end given the great deference that regulators are given by california courts probably would have won and yet at the end of the day when the dmv spokesperson came out they cited a totally different part of the code so at the end of the day.

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