Meet the New Neighborhood Watch: License-Plate Reading Cameras

Between doorbell cameras and the new plate readers, never before has so much surveillance data been in the hands of private citizens. And it’s all legal.

The New York Times
Aug 13 · 9 min read
Jo McCoy demonstrates the features of the Flock license plate reader’s feed from her home in the Sidestreet subdivision in Brookhaven, Ga., on Friday, Aug. 3, 2019. Photo: Casey Sykes for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

ATLANTA—Drive into Jo McCoy’s Brookhaven neighborhood and it feels like your standard metro Atlanta…

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