Operator of Orange County malls says it shares license plate data with local police, but not ICE
A major Orange County land developer that owns three shopping centers equipped with cameras that read license plates said Wednesday it does not share information about vehicles captured in the recordings with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Irvine Co.
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