30 Blog Posts From the ACLU Tag


Have Checkpoints Gone Too Far?

Have Checkpoints Gone Too Far?

Editor’s Note: This article first appeared in the NMA’s Driving Freedoms Magazine in the Fall of 2020. If you would like to receive the NMA’s quarterly magazine, join the NMA today! First of all, what is the difference between a roadblock and a checkpoint? A roadblock is a barricade set up by law enforcement to […]

Baltimore gets rid of Aerial Surveillance but doubles down on Red-Light and Speed Cameras

Baltimore gets rid of Aerial Surveillance but doubles down on Red-Light and Speed Cameras

The real issue here is that Baltimore wants more cash, and that’s what cams can give. Installing the cams ain’t cheap either. The Board of Estimates approved a plan that will cost more than $11 million to install ten intersection red-light cameras, ten portable RLCs, and twenty speed cameras. The city already operates a total […]

ALPRs win the Day in the Virginia Supreme Court

ALPRs win the Day in the Virginia Supreme Court

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared as NMA Newsletter #623 in December 2020. To receive the NMA weekly E-Newsletter, subscribe HERE today! Automatic License Plate Readers or ALPRs can detail a motorist’s comings and goings without any thought of whether the person driving is suspected of nefarious activity. Some motorists around the country are challenging […]

How a Surveillance State Affects Motorists’ Privacy?

How a Surveillance State Affects Motorists’ Privacy?

By Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director and Joe Cadillic of the Mass Privatel Blog First of all, let’s define a surveillance state, which will ultimately help us understand how a surveillance state affects motorists’ privacy. A 2013 Privacy International Blog took on that task with a look towards the United Kingdom. The UK data protection […]

Big Data in Connected Smart Cars: Myths & Reality

Big Data in Connected Smart Cars: Myths & Reality

Today’s smart cars collect a wide variety of data, from the road’s width, information about potential hazards, a history of user behavior, and so much more. Connected cars are just a small piece of the IoT, which is helping to make our world more interconnected than ever before. Whether you are feeding information to your […]

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