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There is nothing ‘smart’ about surveillance cities

14 December 2022

4:00 AM

14 December 2022

4:00 AM

On December 3, Jo Nova penned an article, Climate lockdowns coming? You will be tracked in your suburb and happy about it which caused an outburst of alarm.

Casually dubbed ‘climate lockdowns’, it involves a bizarre traffic experiment in Oxfordshire described as an ‘anti-frequent flyer program’ where the local council intends to create a transport social credit scheme that punishes users for taking their cars outside six designated zones.

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