Removal of speed cameras following legal issues

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Re: Removal of speed cameras following legal issues

Postby argus-cronos » Thu Jun 20, 2013 1:39 pm

There are people who never understand, but its a typical swiss behaviour to spit in the soup of ourselves.
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Re: Removal of speed cameras following legal issues

Postby McFloyd » Thu Jun 20, 2013 11:28 am

vince1612 wrote:For me and other non-german readers of this topic under "Website, Community, General ;)

:lol: My name is not Angela Merkel and the Internet is not #Neuland for me! Nope, I know the Internet and the Google translator very well. But sometimes I find the translation bad and I never want to find a hashtag about me, I prefer to write in such situations in German. Always with the hope that others also know the Internet! ;)
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Re: Removal of speed cameras following legal issues

Postby top_gun_de » Thu Jun 20, 2013 11:20 am

McFloyd wrote:In der Schweiz muss waze also gar nichts mehr abklären. Klar finde ich es auch schade, dass die Radarfallen gelöscht werden. Ich werde künftig einfach vermehrt vor vereisten Strassen warnen - auch im Sommer... 8-)


Danke, Du darfst dich setzen.

Translation: Thanks, you may sit down now.
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Re: Removal of speed cameras following legal issues

Postby vince1612 » Thu Jun 20, 2013 10:41 am

McFloyd wrote:Zumindest in der Schweiz...

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...noch andere sehr gute Eigenschaften.

Grüsse
Thias


For me and other non-german readers of this topic under "Website, Community, General ;)

Google Translate wrote:At least in Switzerland, the legal requirements are very clear:

Prohibited and will be punished:
- Who is offering radar warnings, sells, distributes, or are further used
- Who offers systems, sold, sells, uses or passes that warn of speed cameras

In Switzerland must therefore nothing more waze clarify. Sure I think it's a shame that the speed traps will be deleted. I will in the future be increasingly warn against icy roads - even in the summer ...

But here it is ridiculously slow. Waze still has other good properties.

regards
Mathias
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Re: Removal of speed cameras following legal issues

Postby McFloyd » Thu Jun 20, 2013 10:18 am

top_gun_de wrote:
top_gun_de wrote:Well, Waze should clarify two things:

1.) Whose legal issues are they after:
- Their own issues as a manufacturer
- The user's issues if being caught with an illegal device
- Being held liable by a customer who was caught with an illegal device

This is not yet clear...


Hi Shirli,
will there be an answer to these and the other questions in the thread? Your last posting is 4 days old.
We can discuss this in a smaller environment with the champs or coordinators of the affected countries, according to the organisational layout you posted in february. Just, don't keep the community out of the loop.
Best regards,
Detlev

Zumindest in der Schweiz sind die rechtlichen Vorgaben sehr klar:

Verboten und bestraft wird:
- wer Radarwarnungen anbietet, verkauft, vertreibt, weitergibt oder benutzt
- wer Systeme anbietet, verkauft, vertreibt, weitergibt oder benutzt, die vor Radarkontrollen warnen

In der Schweiz muss waze also gar nichts mehr abklären. Klar finde ich es auch schade, dass die Radarfallen gelöscht werden. Ich werde künftig einfach vermehrt vor vereisten Strassen warnen - auch im Sommer... 8-)

Aber langsam wird es hier lächerlich. Waze hat ja noch andere sehr gute Eigenschaften.

Grüsse
Thias
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Re: Removal of speed cameras following legal issues

Postby top_gun_de » Thu Jun 20, 2013 8:53 am

top_gun_de wrote:Well, Waze should clarify two things:

1.) Whose legal issues are they after:
- Their own issues as a manufacturer
- The user's issues if being caught with an illegal device
- Being held liable by a customer who was caught with an illegal device

This is not yet clear, and I wish Shirli would explain this to us.

2.) What is the further plan of action - will Waze discuss this with the community, with the champs and coordinators, or with a lawyer?

Best regards from a really pi..ed off local champ and coordinator who feels a little like firing up his Garmin Navigator - it's fully paid with map upgrades anyway, including stationary traffic cams.

Detlev


Hi Shirli,

will there be an answer to these and the other questions in the thread? Your last posting is 4 days old.

We can discuss this in a smaller environment with the champs or coordinators of the affected countries, according to the organisational layout you posted in february. Just, don't keep the community out of the loop.

Best regards,

Detlev
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Re: Removal of speed cameras following legal issues

Postby argus-cronos » Thu Jun 20, 2013 12:32 am

Well the Speedcams are still backed up on the server they said, treat it like an aditional color scheme or so, i don't really need warnings or waves on the screen, just a hint...

of course it takes time, as we all know, but wth i say, we know since ages everything takes long here... :lol: :cry: ;)
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Re: Removal of speed cameras following legal issues

Postby fvwazing » Thu Jun 20, 2013 12:27 am

Ai... current Waze architecture only has global pois and personal favorites. You ask for a personal set of pois, be it stored in the server or in the device. That would a project that could easily carry beyond 2016...
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Re: Removal of speed cameras following legal issues

Postby argus-cronos » Thu Jun 20, 2013 12:19 am

Ok let's be not too rude here...
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To that topic: why not offer a service like the POI Loader from Garmin ??? Everything is available for Switzerland, Austria and Germany. I think you should ask these guys, how they manage this.

http://www.pocketnavigation.de/pois/poi ... nterladen/
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Re: Removal of speed cameras following legal issues

Postby argus-cronos » Wed Jun 19, 2013 10:08 pm

I bet waze has found a good route to avoid the traps ;-)
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