Looking for pointers to libertarian analyses of license plate cams.
My default position would be:
- owners of private property are free to record and share information
that is visible from that property using "ordinary" means
- private citizens using public rights-of-way are free to record and
share information that is visible to them via "ordinary" means
- organizations with police powers (e.g. governments, not HOAs) should
not operate mass-surveillance systems, but can issue search warrants into
I worry about government mass-surveillance, but I also worry about
"privacy" laws that give government the power to restrict what information
private individuals can record and share.