The Resident: Big Brother license plates

Published on Jul 3, 2013 by RTAmerica

If a company in South Carolina gets it way, Americans will soon have electronic license plates on their cars, which would allow the government to track their vehicles 24/7 wherever they go. The plates would allow law enforcement and the DMV to broadcast messages like “stolen” or “uninsured” on a license plate to alert fellow drivers and police officers. But it would also give law enforcement total tracking ability with no warrants necessary. The Resident (aka Lori Harfenist) discusses.
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2 thoughts on “The Resident: Big Brother license plates

  1. Always ask to see the negative for any picture of you can be placed in any scenery, location, foreign country even on a boat. So they are not reliable. Your DNA can be deposited on someone or at a crime scene; you wern’t even there but there it is and you could be found guilty of whatever for DNA is the last word in any crime right?
    Be very careful and wary.

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