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There are 11 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Jul 30, 2012, titled Virginia ACLU Seeks Info on Use of Plate Readers - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports an.... In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

The American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia is raising privacy concerns about law enforcement's use of automated cameras that photograph license plates of vehicles as they pass by.

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heh

Charlottesville, VA

#1 Jul 30, 2012
This will be interesting.
blaster

Charlottesville, VA

#2 Jul 30, 2012
Any time a law enforcement tool is used that gets one race arrested more than white folk the aclu gets pissed, instead of being greatfull that stolen cars, wanted people, and suspended people are arrested and taken off the road. They would rather you let them get into a accident and kill someone than let them be caught
heh

Charlottesville, VA

#3 Jul 30, 2012
blaster wrote:
Any time a law enforcement tool is used that gets one race arrested more than white folk the aclu gets ****, instead of being greatfull that stolen cars, wanted people, and suspended people are arrested and taken off the road. They would rather you let them get into a accident and kill someone than let them be caught
I have no problem with law enforcement accessing stored video from time/place of a specific crime to apprehend, but would not want ALL data recorded to be used for other purposes.
Dude

Bumpass, VA

#4 Jul 30, 2012
blaster wrote:
Any time a law enforcement tool is used that gets one race arrested more than white folk the aclu gets ****, instead of being greatfull that stolen cars, wanted people, and suspended people are arrested and taken off the road. They would rather you let them get into a accident and kill someone than let them be caught
Racism and anti-Constitutionalism all rolled up into one, impressive.
Dude

Bumpass, VA

#5 Jul 30, 2012
heh wrote:
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I have no problem with law enforcement accessing stored video from time/place of a specific crime to apprehend, but would not want ALL data recorded to be used for other purposes.
Once it's record it's there.
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You would think that Tea Party members would be all about this, but no... just one liberal and a kooky libertarain. We welcome an Orwellian society with open arms. Oh please big brother, protect us, for we don't know what we do
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"Those Who Sacrifice Liberty For Security Deserve Neither"
~Benjamin Franklin.
Dude

Bumpass, VA

#6 Jul 30, 2012
*on record*
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Just like for search and seizure, lack of probable cause is impossible to prove after the fact.
heh

Charlottesville, VA

#7 Jul 30, 2012
Dude wrote:
*on record*
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Just like for search and seizure, lack of probable cause is impossible to prove after the fact.
I'd prefer cameras as a deterrent to crime than our armed to the teeth society.
heh

Charlottesville, VA

#8 Jul 30, 2012
Dude wrote:
<quoted text>Once it's record it's there.
The NSA recorded the post you just made, knows where it came from as well as any phone conversations you made today?
Dude

Bumpass, VA

#9 Jul 30, 2012
heh wrote:
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I'd prefer cameras as a deterrent to crime than our armed to the teeth society.
At least you don't pretend to be for big goverment. I will never agree with you on this.
Dude

Bumpass, VA

#10 Jul 30, 2012
heh wrote:
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The NSA recorded the post you just made, knows where it came from as well as any phone conversations you made today?
It's quote possible, haven't you read the expanded version of the Patriot Act?
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I'll break it down, all social media has been deemed public, so there is no expectation of privacy, should it be made "private" such as in facebook, then it is the property of facebook or which ever social media that you use. They willingly share that with the government, so yes. They have a record of every post and every IP address that it came from.(that also goes for any public computer or corporate computer). Obama's expansion of the patriot act allows for the government to monitor phone calls warrantlessly if one is deemed a terrorist threat, but the definition of terrorist threat has been so obsucred that even a Ron Paul supporter could be considered part of a militia that is considered a terrorist threat.
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What's the old saying, "let them look, I'm not doing anything wrong?"
Dude

Bumpass, VA

#11 Jul 30, 2012
*quite*whichever*obscured
and I might have made up warrantless-ly

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