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Oklahoma Quietly Launched a Mass Surveillance Program to Track Uninsured Drivers

Cash-strapped governments are turning to tech that converts cameras into automated license plate readers to penalize uninsured drivers

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In March, the president of Rekor Systems Inc., Robert Berman, told investors that 2020 was a…




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