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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Roman Slegin
Kazakh drivers are parking mad, and one website operator isn't going to take it anymore.
Kazakhstan is gaining a reputation as having the world's worst parkers after an infuriated driver began an online campaign to expose the most brazen violators of the country's traffic laws.
"Our service now has a feature designed only for police, who can log into the site with special permissions and see not only photos of cars, but the exact time of the photo and address on the map where it was taken, so they can use them as proof in fining violators," he said.
"It started as a jokelike project," he said. "But now we are getting so much feedback from ordinary people [as well as] nongovernmental organizations. We now have more than 1,000 registered users."