Free of spying eyes; LETTER FROM THE PAST.
With regard to speeding, as with any other offence, is it not true that man's moral upbringing should regulate his infringement of the law - that is if he regards the law as an intelligent one? What of buses that exceed 30mph? Are they to be apprehended, too? In court, will the arresting officer say: "It's a fair catch: the machine cannot lie. Here is the maker's guarantee of efficiency."
Freedom from continual observation is ranked high on a democracy and when it is killed then true democracy is dead.
C J Phillips, Kings Heath Birmingham Mail, July 12, 1962