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South Carolina

The red light cameras, which can photograph a driver and their license plate and then send tickets to that person’s registered address, are controversial and not allowed in South Carolina.
The technology works by using cameras to take pictures of the houses along garbage truck routes, and artificial intelligence is then used to analyze the pictures and detect code violations.
The right to refuse consent for searches of phones was more explicitly upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the 2014 case of Riley v. California, according to Deaton Law Firm in North Charleston, S.C.
Noting that a CIO doesn’t necessarily need to be a tech expert, South Carolina’s interim IT chief Nathan Hogue plans to use his deep relationships at the state to understand where they can best invest resources.
The state's Bamberg and Orangeburg counties will receive a combined total of $24 million to expand broadband internet service, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced on Monday.
The state has been awarded nearly $60 million in federal funding to aid in the transition to electric school buses, making it a leader in the country, despite a lukewarm embrace by the state’s congressional delegation toward public policy advancing EVs.
A petition filed with the South Carolina Supreme Court alleges that automatic license plate readers are part of a growing system of “unlawful and unaccountable surveillance” overseen by the state’s Law Enforcement Division.
Automatic license plate readers are alleged to be part of a vast and growing system of unlawful and unaccountable surveillance overseen by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, according to a recent court petition.
Federal approval of South Carolina’s Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Deployment Plan announced recently puts more than $25 million for new high-powered chargers along 759 miles of designated EV corridors.