Talk about monitoring you...see below...
Nobody is monitoring you, the data is looked at by a computer data base, if no problem it is lost but if
If a hit comes up for a felony — say, the vehicle was reported stolen or is being driven by a homicide suspect — the information is transmitted instantaneously to police, who can "leap into action," said Police Chief Jeffrey Chen.
And you have a problem with that?
I got news for you, if you go through a toll booth you have been plate scanned for a while now.
Let me see who was it that said:
“Only Thing We Have to Fear Is Fear Itself”
If your one of the above mentioned I would worry, if not relax.
Never said I had a problem with it....it was for information only...I drive through the area on a regular basis...
The Califoria Highway Patrol has systems that automatically pick out license plates and run checks on them. A single car can process several hundred license plates per hour.
successfully subpoena information from automated toll booth equipment. You really don't think this could happen with this system?
I found the following on Mass Turnpike Authority's website regarding privacy.
This type of plate scanning is not new,Feds been using this type of system for a fair while!
Similar to the Cal State Fullerton officers are doing...
If police officers can use technology to put dirt bags in jail why not? I can't stand traffic cams but this is a great tool for police. They can run through parking lots and check hundreds of cars for stolen, wants/warrants whereas running every plate manually would take hours.
They can be driving down the road and the system will trigger an alert when a suspect vehicle passes them.
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