AirTalk for February 26, 2013

85th Annual Academy Awards - Red Carpet
Should the satire site apologize for humor that some consider to be tasteless? Should offensive humor be limited to adult subjects?
Gun Buyback - 2
Rep. Linda Sanchez, D-Cerritos, has introduced a bill to Congress outlying a means to fund gun buyback efforts nationally. LA County Sheriff Lee Baca joins AirTalk to discuss the effectiveness of these programs.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments in a case about the collection of DNA evidence, and whether the Fourth Amendment prohibits police from obtaining DNA samples before conviction without a warrant.

Supreme Court hears controversial voting rights case

Is the federal government still needed to police discrimination? Are there still racist practices affecting elections? Why are political parties paying close attention to this case?
Florida Mug Shots

Who owns your mug shot?

Ruthless web entrepreneurs have taken advantage of Florida law by posting publicly available mugshots online. The subjects of the photos, who may not ever have been convicted of a crime, are forced to pay hundreds of dollars to have the embarrassing snaps removed. Now, a bill was filed in Florida on February 11 that would require these websites to take down personal information of those not convicted of a crime.
Yahoo To Announce Q2 Earnings One Day After Appointing New CEO

Calling all Yahoo employees back to the corporate office

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has been instituting some major changes. Now, she is calling Yahoo employees to leave their work-from-home positions and come back to the office. Is working in the office more effective than working from home? Will this move advance the company?
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