See that big eye in the sky? That’s the UK watching its’ people
A new type of speed cameras which can use satellites to measure average speed over long distances are being tested in Britain. The cameras, which combine number plate reading technology with a global positioning satellite receiver, are similar to those used in roadworks.
The AA said it believed the new system could cover a network of streets as opposed to a straight line, and was “probably geared up to zones in residential areas.”
I used to think that England was a free country but I’m beginning to question that with the 24/7 police surveillance that they seem to be working toward.
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