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 Story of the Week
NMA Newsletter Link
From the MassPrivatel Blog –a blog about surveillance issues from all over the world
- Home Depot and Lowe’s Accused of Scanning Millions of Customers Faces
- Smart Faucets and Toilets use Alexa to Listen to Your Converstations
- Weekly Privacy/Civil Rights News Stories Roundup from the World
National ATE Racket Report Stories
- Six U.S. Cities Make the List of Most Surveilled Places in the World
- An Inside Look at All the Data Customs and Border Patrol Collects About Everyone Crossing U.S. Borders
International ATE Racket Report Stories
- India Drivers Beware: 25 cameras across Delhi to detect over speeding
- UK: New smart motorway cameras will make an extra £600,000-a-year each in fines
ATE Racket Report Regional and Local Stories
- To the Governor: Bill Would Ban Facial Recognition on Police Body Cameras (AB1215)
- Camera Project Update Provided To Riverbank City Council
- Orlando police seek access to massive database of license plates, concerning privacy advocates
- Orlando Editorial: License plate readers get results, so why isn’t everyone using them?
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