Jul 092017
 July 9, 2017  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

A bit of progress? Tom Peterkin reports:

A Police Scotland move to delete more than 500 million records from its vehicle number plate recognition database has been welcomed by the Lib Dems. The climbdown comes after a Lib Dem Freedom of Information request last year revealed that 852,507,524 number plate records captured by automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) cameras across the country were held in a Police Scotland database, with data available from as far back as 2009.

Read more on Scotsman.com.

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