ACLU sues to get U.S. agencies’ license plate tracking records

Motorola sells Automated License Plate Readers to police departments for locating stolen or wanted vehicles and identifying parking-ticket scofflaws.
(Credit: Motorola)
The American Civil Liberties Union today sued the U.S. government to get access to information about how authorities are using automated license plate readers to track people’s movements and location.
The ACLU filed Freedom of Information Act requests on July 30 with the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Transportation to try to find out how much officials use the technology and how much it is paying to expand…

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