48 Blog Posts From the ALPR Tag


When it Comes to Auto Privacy, You Get What’s Coming to You

When it Comes to Auto Privacy, You Get What’s Coming to You

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared as NMA E-Newsletter #299, emailed to NMA members in October 2014. The information is still pertinent, and if anything, the privacy issue for motorists has become more acute with time. If you would like to receive the weekly NMA E-Newsletter, a one-topic discussion, consider becoming a member of the […]

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 […]

Another Brick in the Wall: A National License Plate Tracking (ALPR) Network Announced

Another Brick in the Wall: A National License Plate Tracking (ALPR) Network Announced

By Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director and Joe Cadillic, MassPrivatel Blog Private company Flock Safety recently announced that it had created a national license plate tracking network. Bad enough that local police and private companies use automated license plate readers to watch where all of us are coming and going. Now the data will be […]

Don’t Let Congestion Pricing Take Hold in the US

Don’t Let Congestion Pricing Take Hold in the US

Before the pandemic, cities around the country were talking about implementing congestion pricing. Experts believe that charging a fee for parts of streets and highways used the most at the busiest times of day reduces demand. They believe that this tax incentivizes drivers to switch to other modes, other routes, or even travel at different […]

Open Letter to the Boston City Council: Privacy Concerns about Boston’s Facial Recognition Ban

Open Letter to the Boston City Council: Privacy Concerns about Boston’s Facial Recognition Ban

By Joe Cadillic, writer/editor of the MassPrivatel Blog and Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director The first part of today’s NMA Street Surveillance Watch Blog first appeared on Joe’s MassPrivatel Blog on July 14, 12020. Open letter to the Boston City Council: Privacy Concerns about Boston’s Facial Recognition Ban. I commend the Boston City Council for […]

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