31 Alerts From the LICENSE Tag


oos E-Newsletter #161 – Ticket Amnesty Schemes: Misguided and Perpetual

Policymakers love to use amnesty programs to demonstrate their magnanimity toward perceived rule-breakers or, more likely, to encourage them to fork over some of what they owe. Typical amnesty programs target things like delinquent taxes, overdue …

oos E-Newsletter #158: oos’s 2011 4th Quarter Legislative Update

The oos has always advocated for motorists’ rights at the national, state and local level. This goes back to our founding in 1982 when we began the fight to repeal the 55 mph Maximum National Speed Limit. Today, we routinely track legislation and …

oos E-Newsletter #143: Experience Matters

To paraphrase the late Art Linkletter: “Kids do the darndest things.” Government has taken that sentiment very seriously by establishing prescripted ages when our youth – all apparently in lockstep on the same maturity scale – are suddenly better …

oos E-Newsletter #139: Faulty Photo Enforcement

We present two stories of traffic injustice by camera. Of course, the ticket camera is just an inanimate object used as a tool to perpetrate the injustice. It is the camera companies and municipal/state bureaucrats who trampled on the rights of th…

oos E-Newsletter #134: Face This

A new study by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, to be released later this week at a Las Vegas security conference, suggests that anonymity is rapidly becoming a thing of the past. We live in an age of online searches when there may well …