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Neal v. Fairfax County Police Department

EFF is urging the Supreme Court of Virginia to protect the state's residents from a police surveillance database created with automated license plate readers (ALPRs). Fairfax County Police Department uses ALPRs that read every license plate that goes by, and stores the records for up to a year. Harrison Neal’s plate was collected at least twice, and he sued with the help of the ACLU of Virginia.

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