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Mass. top court upholds limited license plate reader data use

Massachusetts’ highest court has ruled that police didn’t violate a man’s constitutional privacy rights when it used four automatic license plate readers to track his car’s movements.

The limited use of license plate readers does not constitute a search under the 4th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution or the state equivalent, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled Thursday.

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