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A hard-won ordinance that brought oversight to San Diego's many surveillance technologies needs critical fixes, officials say, or day-to-day operations the city relies on could come to a standstill.
A surveillance tool shares local data with out-of-state agencies — a practice among many law enforcement departments and one that some lawyers, privacy advocates and legislators say is illegal.
San Diego agreed Tuesday to pay 35 percent more per year for citywide usage of Dell computers as well as Microsoft programs such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Teams and OneDrive.
The long-awaited free, electric vehicle passenger shuttle program in National City is expected to launch by the end of summer thanks to $400,000 from the Port of San Diego and a three-year contract with an operator.
The city's Public Safety Committee has voted to support the San Diego Police Department's controversial smart streetlight proposal this week. The technology, complete with license plate readers, was first pitched in March.
San Diego officials on Tuesday gave themselves another three years to review the city’s many surveillance technologies, an extension that should prevent the tools from being put on pause.
Debra Roy, president of the board of directors for a San Diego nonprofit, said what started as an after-school club run by volunteers now runs weekend and partnership programs that serve over 2,500 students per year.
The San Diego Police Department will host a series of meetings to share information about body-worn cameras — the second piece of technology to be evaluated under the city's new surveillance ordinance.
San Diego adopted a new $2 billion budget Monday that increases spending on homelessness efforts, lifeguards, litter removal and improving Internet access in low-income areas.
A cybersecurity breach at San Diego Unified School District in October 2022 not only affected student medical information but also employees' Social Security numbers, bank account information, medical data and more.