[LINK] Surveillance in extremis
kim at holburn.net
Tue Aug 22 13:03:30 EST 2006
On 2006 Aug 22, at 12:47 PM, Deus Ex Machina wrote:
> Geoff Ramadan [gramadan at umd.com.au] wrote:
>> Yes but upon investigation by the Council and alleged offender of the
>> photographic evidence, the perpetrators could be identified!
> assuming there is something to identify you in the rubish. how are you
> going to link a bag of prawn heads in your recycling to one of your
> neighbours? surely every breach is going to result in a fury of
> multidirectional finger pointing?
Or legal notes in Marcus Einfeld's traffic infringement case?
On 2006 Aug 22, at 12:03 PM, Adam Todd wrote:
> All this is going to do is cause people, a minority, but people non
> the less, to be more cautious of what they put in their bins,
Probably a good idea.
> and to illegally dump the excess or other items they can't get rid of.
Like they don't do that now?
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