"Our" information from traffic citations was being sent to Mexico,
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#1 Jul 28, 2007
The Orange County Superior Court in California is outsourcing the processing of traffic tickets to a California company that sends the information through a Nogales, Mexico, subsidiary, raising public concerns of identity theft and complaints of language problems that allegedly lead to months of administrative errors in processing paperwork.
The controversy broke this week on KFI AM-640's popular John and Ken radio show when an unidentified law enforcement officer called the show and broke the news.
Many listeners of the show were outraged to learn information from traffic citations was being sent to Mexico, where Mexican workers had complete access to a driver's personal information.
The next day, calls and e-mails from angry listeners besieged the Orange County Board of Supervisors.
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