A website calling itself TheNewspaper.com is collecting news reports about varieties of citizen rebellion against ticket-generating traffic cameras, such as those that enforce speed limits. According to the site, these reports came in during alone:
- Someone destroyed a ticketing machine in Washington, D.C.
- French resisters disabled two camera with spraypaint, another with a power saw, and authorities removed another after resisters set it on fire.
- A man in North Ireland climbed on the roof of an occupied car to disable the ticket-issuing camera atop it.
- Yellow socks, stickers, and black spraypaint were among the means used to disable nearly a dozen ticket cameras in France.
- French resisters burned a speed camera near Vivonne, and paint was used to disable ten others.
- English resisters used a flaming tire to burn a camera in Oldbury.
- Ecuadorian resisters disabled two speed cameras in Cuenca.
- Australian resisters put a camera to the torch in Victoria.
- Italian resisters pried open the box holding a camera, ripped out its electronics, and set it aflame.