“The real problem is what happens with that data that they collected about you,” said Florida ACLU spokesman Baylor Johnson. “Who then has access to that data?

“Any law enforcement technology, especially surveillance technology, is a two-edge sword,” Johnson said.

“Our problem is what happens to the data of the 99.9 percent of cars that aren’t involved in crimes,” Johnson said. “In most cases, there is no policy of getting rid of the data. Unless they are proactively taking steps to get rid of the data, it just lasts forever.”


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