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License Plate Readers Spur Privacy Concernsi
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July 31, 2013 8:34 PM
Privacy advocates, already reeling from leaks on the government's surveillance of private citizens, have found another concern. Law enforcement agencies across the U.S. are using powerful camera technology to scan license plates and build databases on the movements of millions of Americans. Jeff Swicord reports from Arlington, Virginia, a suburb of Washington D.C.

License Plate Readers Spur Privacy Concerns

Published July 31, 2013

Privacy advocates, already reeling from leaks on the government's surveillance of private citizens, have found another concern. Law enforcement agencies across the U.S. are using powerful camera technology to scan license plates and build databases on the movements of millions of Americans. Jeff Swicord reports from Arlington, Virginia, a suburb of Washington D.C.


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