License plate readers divide neighborhoods on safety, privacy

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The use of license plate readers in suburban Colorado is dividing a community on privacy and safety, The Washington Post reports. In the Paradise Hills neighborhood of Golden, Colorado, the homeowners’ association announced this spring intention to buy license plate readers from industry leader Flock. The readers photograph and sort car data, including license plate number, make, when and where it was spotted, and even bumper stickers, and store the photographs for 30 days in a database homeowners can access by discretion of the HOA. 
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