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The Ethics Board of One of the Largest Vendors of Police Tech Makes the Case Against ALPRs

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Automated License Plate Readers(ALPRs)—a mass surveillance technology that allows law enforcement to record the location and travel patterns of nearly every driver on the road—are poorly regulated, threaten privacy, and worsen the racial and economic inequalities already ingrained in our justice system. What are your thoughts on this privacy threat and how it should be handled? Learn more in an interesting EFF article:

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