Apr 102015
 April 10, 2015  Posted by  Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

Dustin Slaughter reports:

The City of Philadelphia does not want you to know in which neighborhoods the Philadelphia Police Department (PPD) is focusing their use of powerful automatic license plate readers (ALPR), nor do they want disclosed the effectiveness (or lack thereof) of this technology, as they continue to fight a Declaration public records request filed in January with MuckRock News.

City officials argue in their response that every metro driver is under investigation, in an effort to exempt so-called criminal investigatory records from release under PA’s Right-to-Know Act:

Read more on The Declaration.

Great thanks to Joe Cadillic for this one!

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