Rolling Surveillance 

Guilty or not, law enforcement license plate readers track and compile photos of where you drive

A steady beeping sounds as Spokane Police Officer Dan Cole cruises down Monroe Street. Equipped with an automatic license plate reader, his patrol car snaps a photo of every vehicle he passes, recording plate numbers, times and GPS locations. Each beep…

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