Red Light Spy Cameras Coming Down

Here's a cause the LPSF could get behind in San Francisco:

"Lawmakers in Maine, Mississippi and Montana banned red-light cameras last
year, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. Six other
states recently considered similar proposals."

Isn't it time San Francisco put a stop to the Big Brotherish trend of invading people's privacy with surveillance apparatus in public places?

Love & Liberty,
        ((( starchild )))
     Candidate for Board of Supervisors, District 8

I am uncomfortable with the red light cameras also. When a cop stops you for running a red light (and placing your follow citizens in danger) only he/she sees you (and who you happen to be with). The camera records you and anyone with you for posterity.


Thanks, Marcy. I didn't see my message as really offering anything new or controversial for our group; I copied it to lpsf-discuss simply to let people know I was writing the Board of Supervisors (perhaps encouraging others to do the same), and to let the Board members receiving the message know that it had an audience besides themselves.

Love & Liberty,
        ((( starchild )))