Tag Archives: ALPR

Real ID or No Real ID-You Are Still Being Enrolled

Covers a variety of intrusive surveillance technology including ALPR with special focus on national/international biometric identification schemes utilizing facial recognition technology and what you can do about it Continue reading → Continue reading

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Oklahoma’s Getting “Sticker Tags” Sounds Harmless Enough…So What are they?

Electronic Vehicle Registration serves as a deterrent as well as an enforcement tool. . . Continue reading → Continue reading

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Family Terrorized Due to Switched License Plate

MISSION HILLS — A case of mistaken identity led to a family of five, headed on a camping trip, being frisked on the 405 Freeway and placed in handcuffs. Los Angeles Police Department officials came across the family’s white van … Cont… Continue reading

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The “Tin Foil Hat” Club Sees Rise in Popularity

No.  I am not making fun of Mr. Scott.  Far from it. How does a self-professed believer in the nobility and benevolence of government find himself inducted into the ever-growing club of the tin foil hatters?  It is simple.  He … Continue read… Continue reading

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Maryland Gov. Bets that His Citizens Will Make Great Pets!

Maybe “pets” is the wrong word. Since most citizens will be permitted to roam freely (within certain, specified limits) aside from the occasional interruptions required by their minders to relieve them of a quantity of useful product, I gue… Continue reading

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Where Oh Where did our Spy Cameras Go?

It will be interesting to see how this revenue enhancing scheme will unfold given that it has become such a hot topic and that the state was counting on the money to help fill the budget gap. What to do, what to do…. [for more information see http:/… Continue reading

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Insurenet and Pettigrew use Oklahoma to Peddle their Scameras in PA

AxXiom for Liberty, The Oklahoma Watchdog, Mike McCarville and Lee Matthews of KTOK 1000 have been following and reporting on Insurenet and its (s)camera plan for months.  Looks as though they may have scored a win in Pennsylvania. This woolly booger … Continue reading

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BBC NEWS Police number plate recognition camera rules tightened

Police cameras that record motorists’ movements must be more tightly regulated, Home Secretary Theresa May has ordered. The 4,000-strong automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) network logs more than 10 million vehicles every day. The governmen… Continue reading

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California looking at electronic license plates

By Sarah Fairfield on June 24, 2010 How can a state with a whopping $19 billion budget deficit scrape up some more cash? In our consumerist society minds often turn to selling ad space. Would you believe California is currently considering digital lice… Continue reading

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ALPR – invasion of privacy or essential for motorists’ safety?

Police chiefs in Britain are facing the threat of a High Court privacy action over a nationwide network of cameras that is being used to photograph motorists on the roads network, according to a report in The Sunday Times. The automatic license plate r… Continue reading

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