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Re: [betaNYC] speed camera tickets on the open data portal

From: user 3.
Sent on: Friday, March 28, 2014 5:50 PM
This article discusses the potential for mission creep with license plate location data and specifically a leading data broker, Vigilant Systems.  It obtains data both from "law enforcement partners" as well as through its own proprietary, custom means.  Unlike public data, which may have a shelf life and at least has some degree of accountability about how it is provisioned, once data is in the hands of private brokers there is no control over its use or whether it is ever purged.  


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