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Can I say "1984"?
So the justification for this is to find stolen vehicles or catch those with expired tabs? Sounds like more government intrusion to me. This type of surveillance is always abused by those using it. Who approved the purchase of these units? For those claiming to care about the erosion of personal liberty, time to contact your local representatives and get these things removed. We're moving to more of a police state every day.
This is casting too wide a net, and is ripe for abuse. Expired tabs are not a high priority in my mind. Stolen cars are unlikely to be driven around extensively with their original license plates. And, who has access to the data before it is deleted at the end of two weeks?
Really - spending that kind of money to find expired tabs? Stolen cars? Really????
Big brother is here and we are rolling out the welcome mat.
South St. Paul will delete the information after two weeks, Messerich said.
Ok we believe you big brother. Lmao. Because the government has never ever lied to the citizens. What a joke welcome to Nazi USA
Some of you are watching a little too much Parking Wars. Sure they can more easily find expired tabs with these readers but if you keep your registration up to date...........see what I'm sayin'?
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