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6/6/05
Maryland Governor Eliminates Night Vision Seat Belt Stops
Maryland Governor Robert L. Ehrlich ordered state police to cease using night vision to stop motorists for not wearing seat belts.
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6/5/05
UK Meter Maids to Secretly Record Conversations
Meter maids in Stoke-on-Trent, UK will receive GSM badges to covertly record conversations.
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6/2/05
Maryland Police Use Night Vision to Issue Seat Belt Tickets
Maryland State Police use night vision goggles to issue tickets to motorists who were not wearing seatbelts.
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5/20/05
London Tests GPS Tracking Network on Buses
UK capital city to spend GBP 120 million to track 8,000 buses by satellite.
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5/8/05
Scotland Considers Deploying Automated Parking Ticket System
The ParkingEye camera-based ticketing system may hit Scotland's streets within months.
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5/3/05
Massachusetts Case Highlights Problem of Law Enforcement by Database
National Driver Register information forces innocent man to prove he's not a sex offender, drunk-driver.
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5/2/05
Cops Adding GPS to Speed Guns
GPS-enabled laser speed guns will reduce challenges to speeding tickets.
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