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License Plate Readers Now Being Used at Gun Shows

Federal agents are now using license plate readers to scan the plates of gun-show customers. This is raising a lot of questions from gun-rights activists about invasion of privacy. According to a recent FOX News article, in 2010, agents with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency made a plan to use license plate readers – devices that record license plate numbers of cars – at gun shows in southern California, which happens to be very close to the.
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