DEA Quietly Builds Its Network of License Plate Scanners
The Drug Enforcement Agency's scheme, along with two Utah sheriffs, to station license plate scanners along I-15 may have foundered under a hail of you-gotta-be-kidding-me raining down from state residents displeased over the prospect of their movements being casually monitored and stored away, but automotive privacy isn't exactly secure.
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#1 Jul 14, 2012
This rogue agency is totally out of control and has no respect for the bill of rights. The dea should be abolished. They serve no useful purpose!
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