Jay Stanley

American Civil Liberties Union

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Senior policy analyst with the American Civil Liberties Union's Technology and Liberty Program

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The National License Plate Recognition Program was begun by the Drug Enforcement Agency in 2008 to track the movement of drugs and drug money along the Mexican border.

License Plates, Law Enforcement and Violations of Privacy

The National License Plate Recognition Program was begun by the Drug Enforcement Agency in 2008 to track the movement of drugs and drug money along the Mexican border.

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Unmanned aerial vehicles, known as UAV's or drones, are commonly associated with the military, but commercial drones are already here and are quickly becoming a hot commodity.

Drones Coming Soon to a Neighborhood Near You

Unmanned aerial vehicles, known as UAV's or drones, are commonly associated with the military, but commercial drones are already here and are quickly becoming a hot commodity.

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Fingerprints for identifying suspects is old news.  Now the US Supreme Court says law enforcement can make databases that include DNA.

Does Facial Recognition Technology Threaten Your Privacy?

Fingerprints for identifying suspects is old news.  Now the US Supreme Court says law enforcement can make databases that include DNA.

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