In Tennessee, law enforcement and the American Civil Liberties Union are at odds over privacy issues related to automated license plate readers, WKRN reports. Tennessee Highway Patrol Lt. Wayne Dunkleman said the cameras are not there to track or trace an individual who has not committed a crime. The ACLU is calling for greater restrictions. Policy Director Brandon Tucker cited “a broad brush approach” to using the tool for low-level offenses, adding “that type of data accumulation is not a good response.”
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