Re: MD: Police Cameras Catch More Than Toll Violators

On Oct 10, 10:33 am, casca <@gabriels.ser> wrote:

Why do you think the States have all issued new flat plates with more
esily recognizable numbers. It is more about monitoring the people than
looking for a specific crime or criminal. The new attitude of the police
state is that they must monitor and record everything about your movements.

You must have missed a recent discussion here on EZPASS and privacy
issues. Most newsgroup members do not agree with you.


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