Does the use of Red Light Running cameras violate motorists’ privacy?

/Does the use of Red Light Running cameras violate motorists’ privacy?

Does the use of Red Light Running cameras violate motorists’ privacy?

No, driving is a regulated activity on public roads. By obtaining a license, a motorist agrees to abide by certain rules, such as to obey traffic signals. The right of privacy does not extend to public streets. The Courts have found there is no expectation of privacy when on a pubic roadway. The use of Red Light Running (RLR) cameras in support of traffic safety has been upheld by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals for the Northern District for Illinois.

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