June 13, 2017
OPC blog post: Who’s Watching Where You’re Driving?
When you drive down the road or park your car, have you considered who might be recording where your car was at any given time, and where that information is stored and shared? Public agencies and private companies are using Automated Licence Plate Recognition (ALPR) systems to track vehicles throughout Canada.
ALPR systems have privacy implications because they record where specific vehicles are at given times, often without the driver realizing that such information is being captured.
Find out more about Automated Licence Plate Recognition systems by reading our latest Privacy Tech-Know Blog: Who’s Watching Where You’re Driving.
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