Find out why the national discussion has shifted away from hard-line restrictions on LPR and toward a balanced approach which focuses on access controls and best practices in database security to ensure the protection of stored LPR data.
Maryland's new law touted as a model piece of legislation elsewhere in the country as it preserves the many benefits of license plate reader technology and data, while also seeking to advance protections on driver privacy.
License Plate Reader technology proved its usefulness by helping to track down a shooter who terrorized the highways of Kansas City. Had the LPR data not been saved, the shooter might still be on the loose. Laws that attempt to limit LPR data storage put citizens at harm.
Fox News puts the spotlight on LPR software criticism. Digital Recognition Network CEO explains why critics are misinformed on privacy concerns.
There are 1,228 cameras mounted on the trunks of police cars across New York. While police continue to use license plate readers to nab the bad guys, the ACLU and others fear tracking of innocent citizens. THE FACTS: Innocent drivers are protected by New York's Driver Protection Act. Don't be fooled by the ACLU's rhetoric.