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11/20/2023
Photo Radar Cut Down In Australia, Canada, France, Germany, UK
Last week saw speed cameras slashed and spraypainted in Australia, Canada, England, France and Germany.
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11/13/2023
Damaging Protests Against Photo Radar In New York, France, Italy, Netherlands, UK
Clever signmaker protested New York photo radar and European vigilantes last week disabled a half-dozen speed cameras.
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11/6/2023
European Speed Cameras Sawed, Sprayed
Spraypaint and power saws took out a handful of speed cameras last week in France, Germany and Italy.
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10/23/2023
France Leads World In Speed Camera Opposition
Nearly 50,000 speed cameras have been destroyed or disabled in France in the past decade. Photo radar attacked in Cyprus, Germany, Italy last week.
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10/16/2023
Deadly Opposition To Photo Radar In Peru, Europe
Attack on speed camera van in Peru turned fatal last week, while devices in France, Germany and the UK were disabled.
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10/9/2023
Belgium, France, Germany: Speed Camera Destruction
Automated ticketing opponents disabled a handful of speed cameras last week in Belgium, France and Germany.
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10/2/2023
Global Attacks On Automated Enforcement Cameras Ramp Up
Pro-motorist activists disabled speed cameras and taxation cameras in Australia, France, Germany, India, Italy and the UK last week.
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