WarOnDriving.com: Michael “Big Brother” Bloomberg Blasted in Media, Online

August 25, 2011

When you declare war on motorists’ rights in your city, you’d better be ready to reap the whirlwind. Michael Bloomberg’s ridiculous statements about wanting “a camera on every street corner” are not earning him any praise in the news media.

When you declare war on motorists’ rights in your city, you’d better be ready to reap the whirlwind. Michael Bloomberg’s ridiculous statements about wanting “a camera on every street corner” are not earning him any praise in the news media.

If he continues to push this agenda, don’t be surprised to see the New York based parent company of his city’s red light camera provider, Xerox, face a major boycott of their products and services.

Last year, Xerox acquired Affiliated Computer Services, or ACS, for $6.4 Billion. ACS is the sole provider of red light cameras in New York City.

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Liberty vs. Michael Bloomberg

October 14, 2009

nevermindLiberty: “…a condition in which an individual has the right to act according to his or her own will,” or “freedom from arbitrary or despotic government or control.

NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg: “We live in a world where we have to have a balance. We can’t just say everybody can go everyplace and do anything they want.

From the New York Times:

A network of private and public surveillance cameras, license plate readers and weapons sensors already established in Lower Manhattan as an electronic bulwark against terrorist attacks will soon expand to a large patch of Midtown Manhattan, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly said Sunday as they announced the allocation of $24 million in Homeland Security grants toward the effort.

…Like the system downtown, the expanded surveillance network would feed streams of data for analysis to a coordination center… Behind the mayor, a 40-foot video wall displayed maps, incoming data from a police precinct and more than a dozen video streams, many of them showing tourists taking photographs on a sunny day.


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