Legality of clean air cameras questioned

Surveillance watchdog challenges use of ANPR in an expanded London Ultra Low Emission Zone

Mark Moran
10 August 2022
Professor Fraser Sampson
Professor Fraser Sampson
 

A surveillance watchdog has challenged the legality of using automatic number plate recognition cameras to monitor vehicle movements to enforce the expanded London-wide Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ).

Biometrics and surveillance camera commissioner Professor Fraser Sampson’s reservations came to light in his answers to a Transport for London (TfL) consultation. The TfL question was: “How concerned are you about use of your data and the installation of more automatic number plate...

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