Fare crusader fights transit power
Colin Desjarlais has the BCCLA's backing in allegations that his privacy laws are being breached in a new transit collection plan.
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#1 May 9, 2012
Re Fare crusader fights transit power
Colin Desjarlais,there is a very simple solution for you and anyone else who is worried that their piracy could be breached. All you need to do when you are using public transit is pay the required fare and you won't have to worry about it. You got caught not paying which amounts to theft. What should B.C. transit do with people who try to ride for free, send them a bouquet of flowers to make sure their feelings didn't get hurt when they got caught?
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