The Court of Appeal held that the electronics search condition the court imposed as a condition of appellant’s probation was invalid where the record did not indicate that appellant’s current or past offenses involved the use of electronic devices, and the court’s belief that the nature of appellant’s offenses (forgery and possession of personal identification) made it likely that she had or would use stolen personal identifying information online was purely speculative.  The Court further held that two fees imposed under former Penal Code section 1203.1ab must be vacated pursuant to recently effective legislation (Assembly Bill No. 177), and that the probation conditions requiring payment of these fees must be stricken.