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California Senate Committee Votes Against Privacy for Our Travel Patterns | Humanitarian News

11.5.17

California Senate Committee Votes Against Privacy for Our Travel Patterns | Humanitarian News: The Electronic Frontier Foundation and the ACLU of California joined forces with California State Sen. Joel Anderson (R-Alpine) on Tuesday to testify in favor of S.B. 712 (text), a bill that would have allowed drivers to cover their license plates when parked in order to protect their travel patterns from private companies operating automated license plate readers (ALPRs).


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