News Panel: Opposition over CA budget deal, Prop 8, and privacy concerns over mobile devices
As this weekend's Democratic State Convention kicks off in Sacramento, Gov. Brown still faces stiff opposition from Republicans over a budget deal. Sponsors of Proposition 8 want Judge Vaughn Walker's August 4th ruling thrown out, saying his sexual orientation presents a conflict of interest. Privacy concerns abound over data files on mobile devices that keep track of our whereabouts.
- Carla Marinucci, Senior Political Writer, San Francisco Chronicle
- Bob Egelko, Legal Reporter, San Francisco Chronicle
- Troy Wolverton, Personal Technology Columnist, San Jose Mercury News
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