April 30, 2010

“It’s nothing sinister, just a natural evolution of the technology that is out there,” an AA spokesman told the Daily Telegraph.

The evolution in question involves sinister satellite surveillance of our every automotive move. Speed cameras from space, currently being tested, combine GPS and 24/7 all-weather number plate recognition technology to track your average speed across the country.

The Home Office admitted trials were taking place but declined to provide details for reasons of commercial confidentiality. The AA said it would monitor the (not sinister) system carefully, without specifying exactly how. From space perhaps.

Photographer: Danilo Rizzuti


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