Los Angeles Just Proposed the Worst Use of License Plate Reader Data in History.
Nick Selby

Thank you for your article. I feel that it important for every citizen to know that it is not just some law enforcement personnel that wants to procure extensive, privileged information about the common citizen. I am so very glad that I no longer reside in Los Angeles County.

You might find it interesting to note that I have not resided in Los Angeles for well over six years and I still receive notifications from the DMV to re-registers my vehicles as well as threatening Jury Summons. I cannot tell you how many useless telephone calls I have placed to the DMV in Sacramento or the supervisor’s in the LA County Jurors office to no avail.

So, on the positive side, perhaps the data collection of all of these license plates collected from traveling in specific areas will join the numerous copies of my very current out-of-state license and auto registrations?

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