Welcome to Arizona, the surveillance state video

The official videos from Ignite Phoenix 6 are now online!

Here’s the video of Ross Trumble presenting on: Welcome to Arizona, the surveillance state.

Ross and I both worked very hard on this presentation and I’m stoked on how well he presented it. For more info, check out my related post: Welcome to Arizona, the surveillance state slideshow.

To watch the rest of the Ignite Phoenix 6 presentations, visit the IgnitePhoenix YouTube page.

Welcome to Arizona, the surveillance state slideshow

Below is the slideshow that was used in the Ignite Phoenix 6 presentation “Welcome to Arizona, the surveillance state”.

Ross Trumble gave the talk at Ignite Phoenix 6 and he killed it. I’m psyched on the turnout and proud to be part of such an awesome presentation, message and movement.

The talk content was co-authored by Ross Trumble & I. The slideshow was created by me (working closely with Ross, of course).

We initially submitted the talk as a dual presentation (where both Ross & I would present), but the Ignite Phoenix team asked us to make it one person. I’m really happy that we decided that Ross would do the talk, as he did an amazing job. Kudos Ross, you rocked it.

Hopefully the Ignite Phoenix team will have the video online soon.

The cameras are coming down in November!

To learn more, go to CameraFraud.wordpress.com and Meetup.CameraFraud.com.

Redflex protest, today at noon

Today, Arizona Citizens Against Photo Radar will be protesting across the street from the Redflex (camera manufacturer & operator) Phoenix headquarters at noon.

camerafraud-protest

The location is:
23751 N. 23rd Ave
Ste 150
Phoenix, AZ 85085

Sheriff Paul Babeu from Pinal County will be leading the protest and over 100 people are expected to attend. Come on out and help make Arizona history as we work to rid our state of the invasive traffic enforcement cameras.

We will not back down from this foreign, for profit company that endangers the lives and shakes down Arizona motorists under the guise of safety.

To learn more and stay updated on related events, join the CameraFraud Meetup and stay tuned to CameraFraud.com.