Remind you of anything?
Iread in the VP that the city of Lancaster is to consider the use of a camera system to “look at public space.” So they why would this company continue to explain the system can read two-inch license plate numbers at 150 feet.”
My question is how is that not considered spying? Isn’t that the same as violating a person’s “federal right to privacy?”
Wasn’t red light cameras tried and was eventually defeated in a law case in California. Would the ACLU investigate the use of such camera devices?
Would an attorney take these photos to court, taken without a warrant, to spy on someone and expect them to be allowed as evidence? How would that go
This company states they are doing this to make money, so how much do they expect to make from the tax payers, since the system would be working 24/7? I would like to know the exact figures, not some percentage figure on how much the city can derive from implantation of the device.
If this uses military grade encryption, they are not as secure as they so state because even that may be an infringement of U.S. military rights. Anything secret military is closely guarded. Having worked on military contracts requiring such clearances, there is one rule in regard to that type security, called need to know. Something of that nature would not be allowed into civilian hands to I am suspicious of a company starting such a brag.
Lancaster, does this sound like a good by George Orwell, something about 1984? Do we need this? I vote no! If this gets implemented, we need to vote Mayor Paris and his hand picked city council out of office in the next elections. They would no longer represent the citizens of Lancaster, would they?