Better air under ULEZ expansion also means higher Met surveillance

01/08/2023 | Open Rights Group

The latest post by the Open Rights Group highlights the issue from the automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) data and enhanced contextual imagery data from the Congestion Charge Zone cameras in the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) that the Metropolitan Police are given unfettered access. Therefore the current proposal to expand the ULEZ area would also mean increased surveillance by the Met with limited oversight or regulation.

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