Curated by Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director
The ATE Racket Report is a weekly feature of the NMA blog. We want to bring the issues of automated traffic enforcement to our supporters in a more coherent up-to-date fashion.
We love to hear from you about the report. Please feel free to comment below the post.
ATE Racket Report Stories of the Week
- NYC school zone speed cameras ticket 1 million motorists in 3 months (NMA mention)
- Opinion: When ‘Big Brother’ Isn’t Scary Enough
National ATE Racket Report Stories
- American Civil Liberties Union sues FBI over facial recognition secrecy
- Did Police Body Cameras Backfire?
- Automated Traffic Camera Company Sensys America Inc. Changes Name to NovoaGlobal Inc.
International ATE Racket Report Stories
- Opinion: We’re Being Blinded to the Danger of Facial Recognition
- How Australia’s Mobile Phone Detecting Cameras Will Work
- Australia: State of New South Wales to remove speed camera warning signs
- France to triple its arsenal of ‘super speed cameras’ by 2020
- UK Watchdog demands new legal code to protect public from ‘invasive’ facial recognition technology
TheNewspaper.com ATE Racket Report Stories
- US Senate Minority Leader Promotes Bus Cameras
- France, Germany, Italy: Speed Cameras Destroyed, Blocked, Blinded
- Ohio Judge Suppresses Results Of Anti-Speed Camera Election
- Weekly Privacy and Civil Rights News Headlines for November 11, 2019
- Surveillance Capitalism and Social Media Surveillance in America
- Sidewalk Labs’ Smart Cities will create a For-Profit Social Credit System that Controls Judges and Police
Regional and Local ATE Racket Report Stories
- Bakersfield PD officers to start wearing body cameras
- Salinas’ red-light cameras live, but drivers have 30-day grace period till $500 tickets
That’s this week’s ATE Racket Report. If you want to fight automated traffic enforcement or ATE in your town, county, or state, check out these NMA resources:
Check out the NMA Facebook Page called the ATE Racket Report
We are currently building a closed Facebook Group called the ATE Racket Report Discussion Group for local and state activists to have a space to discuss best practices and ask questions.
Here are links to several NMA Issue Pages:
Also, here are a number of NMA Blogs posts that might be of interest!
- 10 Reasons to Oppose Red-Light Cameras
- How to fight Red-Light Cameras in Your Neck of the Woods
- Build a Ballot Petition Campaign against Red-Light Cameras
- The “Gold Standard” for Red-Light Camera Accident Analysis
- The Truth About Speed Cameras: They Don’t Work
- Ticket Cameras Create Major Due Process Concerns