RI_Red: for $afety, of course.
Mikey1969: RI_Red: for $afety, of course.It must be working... I already feel safer all of the way over here in Utah!!
Russ1642: What you do is sue the state for giving that company your private information without consent.
Merltech: But it's for safety, not revenue generation! These programs should be considered entrapment.
MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Eightballjacket: https://sec.report/Document/0001654954-21-005348/From this link:"The increase in revenue for the three months ended March 31, 2021 compared to the three months ended March 31, 2020, was a result of additional products and programs the Company offered, increases in our direct sales and Partners Program sales. In the first quarter of 2021, we initiated services for Oklahoma's UVED Program which has issued over 25,000 notices of non-compliance and generated revenue of $245,000 revenue in the current quarter."
Tinderlicious: Merltech: But it's for safety, not revenue generation! These programs should be considered entrapment.Entrapment no. Violation of constitutional right to question your accuser and test accuracy of camera? You bet.
tobcc: Here is Missouri a few years ago we had red light cameras. But they outsourced it to a private company. Turns out a private company cant give you a ticket. So the cities said "oh we will just its a non moving violation", well the courts said the City cant change state laws. So the camera's are still there, but the dont do anything anymore. Im sure us taxpayers are still on the hook for paying them not being used anymore.
DuneClimber: What an oddly old fashioned website.
wildlifer: Russ1642: What you do is sue the state for giving that company your private information without consent.Your naive if you think the state hasn't sold your information..many, many times.
Mikey1969: The municipality contracts with the ticket company. If there isn't a minimum amount of revenue, the municipality pays a penalty.
Russ1642: wildlifer: Russ1642: What you do is sue the state for giving that company your private information without consent.Your naive if you think the state hasn't sold your information..many, many times.Doesn't make it legal. There was a city councillor who sued the province back in the day for selling his information to a private parking lot company so they could send him a ticket. Can't remember how it all turned out.