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A BIG BROTHER spy camera system is set to track drivers anywhere in Britain.
The «spy in the sky» network linked to satellites will make us the most spied on nation in the world.
Millions of vehicle number plates will be traced to help police catch criminals and tax dodgers.
The new technology was used in West Yorkshire to trace the car used by suspects in the recent PC Sharon Beshenivsky murder.
A huge database of movements will enable cops and security services to analyse any journey a driver has made over several years.
The system will be able to read number plates, scan national databases in seconds and warn patrol cars waiting further down the road.
But civil rights group Liberty expressed fears over the system. A spokesman said: «It could end up tracking innocent people while not providing any idea where potential terrorists or criminals are.
«It has potentially dangerous implications for the right to privacy and without much gain.»
But the Home Office and police believe the scheme is justified.
Ministers have sanctioned thespending of pounds 24million this year. The network will include existing CCTV cameras which are being converted to track drivers 24/7.
A central database installed alongside the Police National Computer will store the details of 35 million number-plate reads per day.
By March, most motorways, main roads,town centres and petrol stations will also be covered

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