State of NC Deploys Digital Surveillance on Roads

WRAL reports that the state of North Carolina is beginning to roll out automatic license plate readers on state-maintained roads. The report states we already have these in Greensboro on local streets.

This is obviously a step we should not be taking. Increasing surveillance of citizens is the type of measure we would ordinarily see in totalitarian nations.

Our “democratic” elected governments ought not be lusting after electronic surveillance of citizens. We somehow survived without these measures for many years. They are plainly unnecessary.

In the WRAL article, local career politician Pricey Harrison speaks out against the program. She is wrong nearly about everything. But recall the old joke about stopped clocks being correct twice daily. She got this one right.


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