LPR Technology

Law enforcement should be allowed to use new tools to stop crimes and save lives so long as there are reasonable citizens' protections inplace.

Blog & Op-Ed
Facial recognition tech a boon for law enforcement
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Blog & Op-Ed
When Regulating New Tech Harms Public Safety
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Testimony
NetChoice Comments to Wyoming: Unconstitutional Issues of SF 76 – Warrants for digital records
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Resource
NetChoice Coalition Opposition to Wyoming SF 76 – mandatory warrant response times
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Blog & Op-Ed
Virginia Supreme Court ruling on license plates creates dangerous speed bumps for law enforcement
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Media & Press
The Roanoke Times – Virginia Supreme Court ruling on license plates creates dangerous speed bumps for law enforcement
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Testimony
NetChoice Opposition to Rhode Island HB 7606 – Mandatory Fingerprint Background Checks for Rideshare Drivers
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Testimony
NetChoice Opposition to Fingerprinting Mandate in Rhode Island SB 2280 – Mandatory Fingerprint Background Checks for Rideshare Drivers
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Blog & Op-Ed
Governor’s veto puts Virginians’ safety first
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Arkansas Governor and AG’s Photography Law Out-of-Sync with Their Priorities
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Californians Overwhelmingly Support Use of License Plate Readers and Their Ability to Solve Crimes, New Survey Finds
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Blog & Op-Ed
Catch the Criminals – Don’t Pass the Buck
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Blog & Op-Ed
Doubling Down on Wrong: Massachusetts and LPR Legislation
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Blog & Op-Ed
States Tilting at LPR Privacy Windmills – at a cost to citizens safety
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Blog & Op-Ed
Debunking the Phantom Threat of License Plate Recognition
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Blog & Op-Ed
Survey of Law Enforcement Officials on Use of License Plate Recognition Technology
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Blog & Op-Ed
The Hill – The ACLU’s witch hunt against license plate recognition
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Blog & Op-Ed
A License Plate Reader Witch-Hunt
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