Beijing time September 30, according to US media reports, California Governor Newsom signed a bill today prohibiting law enforcement officials from sharing or leaking photos of the deceased at the scene of the accident, and the bill is called the "Kobe Act."
In January of this year, nine people including Lakers star Kobe Bryant were killed in a helicopter crash. After that, many Los Angeles County police officers who felt the scene of the accident took photos of the scene of the accident with their mobile phones and shared them privately.
At this, Kobe's widow, Vanessa, was very angry and sad. Recently, Vanessa formally sued the Sheriff of Los Angeles County for this matter and claimed compensation for human rights violations, business negligence, mental losses, and privacy violations.
Today, California Governor Newsom signed a bill that prohibits law enforcement officials from sharing or leaking photos of the deceased at the scene of the accident, and it is determined that if law enforcement officials share or leak photos of the deceased at the scene of the accident for law enforcement purposes, this is considered Illegal behavior.
California Congressman Gibson called the bill "Kobe Bryant 2020 Act."