8/11/2017Civil Rights Groups Press Virginia Supremes On Plate Readers
Virginia Supreme Court takes written arguments from civil rights groups against the use of license plate cameras.
Civil rights groups made their case to the Virginia Supreme Court, urging the justices last week to find that the police use of automated license plate readers (ALPR, also known as ANPR) violates state privacy laws. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Electronic Freedom Foundation (EFF) and Rutherford Institute each filed petitions in their case against the Fairfax County Police Department that claimed the use of cameras to gather intelligence on motorists not suspected of any crime viol ...
8/10/2017Subcontractors Shafted In Texas Toll Road Failure
Bankrupt Texas toll road stiffs subcontractor who goes to the second highest court in the state in a five-year battle over payment.
8/9/2017Maryland: Longer Yellow Times Slashed Red Light Violations
The fourth most profitable red light camera in Montomery County, Maryland issued 52 percent fewer tickets after the yellow time was raised.
8/8/2017DC Cops Pad Salary With Photo Radar Cash
Whistleblower lawsuit reveals hundreds of cops being paid up to an additional $80,000 a year in overtime cash from speed camera program.
8/7/2017France, Latvia: Speed Camera Blacked Out, Burned Out
Vigilantes used fire and paint to keep speed cameras in check in France and Latvia last week.
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