In California, carriers that use in-cab cameras to film their drivers may now use that footage for disciplinary purposes. California's attorney general, Kamala Harris, released an opinion on February 13th stating that none of the state's codes have been violated by trucking companies using the footage to take disciplinary action against a driver. Many of these cameras and the footage obtained from them are hosted by third parties and the Harris' opinion stated that the carriers may use these third parties to film and inspect the footage. If the footage is to be used against a driver in a disciplinary action then the footage must also be made available to the driver's defending representative. You can find out more by reading here.
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