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Canada, France, Italy: Speed Cameras Offline
Vigilantes in Canada and Europe ensured a handful of automated ticketing machines would no longer work last week.

Toppled Italian speed camera
Vigilantes in Toronto, Canada, on Wednesday used red spraypaint to blind the speed camera that was issuing tickets on Patricia Avenue.

In Albano, Italy, on Sunday, opponents of automated ticketing toppled the speed camera that had been issuing citations on the Via Olivella. In Ariccia, vigilantes knocked over several of the orange "Velo OK" speed cameras.

On Saturday, vigilantes in La Coucourde, France, disabled the speed camera on the RN7 that had just been installed two days earlier. On Tuesday, the speed camera on the D723 in Oudon was set on fire.



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