In theory, facial recognition programs are supposed to be another close-to-infallible tool that helps police ferret out the bad guys. In reality...not so much. As a pair of California lawmakers pointed out last week, said programs can actually be off by a whole lot. Case in point, as the Sacramento Bee reports, Assemblyman Phil Ting and Assemblyman Reggie Jones-Sawyer were among 26 Golden State lawmakers who were pegged as criminals by facial recognition software when their portraits were compared to mug shots in police databases. Which goes a long way toward explaining why they are also the authors of a bill that would bar police from using the technology in their body cameras. Because just like Jaws 3, this time it’s personal.