Outrage over L.A. deputies sharing photos of Kobe Bryant crash prompts tougher California privacy law

Amid backlash over Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies sharing photos from the scene of the helicopter crash that killed Lakers star Kobe Bryant, California lawmakers approved a bill that would make it illegal for first responders to take pictures of dead people unless it’s for the investigation.

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