Do red light cameras unreasonably violate privacy?

Most people agree that driving on public roads is a regulated activity as well as a right. By obtaining a license, motorists agree to abide by certain rules - to obey traffic signals, for example - for the health and safety of all. Neither the law nor common sense suggests that drivers should not be observed on the road or have their violations documented. When citations are issued, the only recognizable person in the photos is the driver - all passenger faces are carefully blocked out.

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1. Do major U.S. cities use red light cameras?
2. Do red light cameras unreasonably violate privacy?
3. Does someone review the citations before they are issued?
4. Does the American public support the use of red light cameras?
5. Is red light running a serious problem?
6. Isn't conventional police enforcement sufficient?
7. What is red light running?
8. What safety benefits do red light cameras provide?
9. Who runs red lights and why?