Police use of ‘Ring of Steel’ is disproportionate and must be reviewed | ICO news release

New type hampshire Police vehicles (Front) Fit...

New type hampshire Police vehicles (Front) Fitted with ANPR (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

CCTV cameras

CCTV cameras (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The London congestion charge scheme uses 230 c...

The London congestion charge scheme uses 230 cameras and ANPR to help monitor vehicles in the charging zone (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Two fixed-view security cameras, and ...

English: Two fixed-view security cameras, and lights, at an industrial park at Almondsbury, Bristol, England. Taken by Adrian Pingstone in September 2004 and released to the public domain. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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via Police use of ‘Ring of Steel’ is disproportionate and must be reviewed | ICO news release.

Thanks John Gelmini for bringing this story to my attention.

John advised me:

What was done in Royston is part of a bigger plan to link up all roads and put facial recognition cameras and ANPR on all of them so that motorists can be tracked wherever they go.

The plans have not gone away because of this notice

What ever happened to privacy in the UK?

Any thoughts?

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