Community Speed Watch Becoming Too Invasive

Victoria, B.C. – “We are just trying to make our neighbourhoods safer,” said Sally Feale, a speed watch volunteer. “Our digital shame numbers have worked so well to curb speeding so we’ve started using the same system for all aspects of life. We hope to build a perfect society free of sin.” Speed watch is a community program that helps reduce speeding by tracking speeders and shaming them with digital signs that display a drivers speed. “We’ve now installed these signs in the homes and offices of our neighbours so as to keep them on the right track.” Some signs have been installed at desks to display how much time has been wasted, and in bedrooms to display the age disparity between you and your partner. “The signs in the bedroom will also shame you by displaying the number of times you’ve masturbated this month.”

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