If you live in Malaysia you may want to kick it down a notch because the authorities could be watching you from speed cameras embedded in the road. New cameras that are mounted inside the reflective pavement markers, called Botts Dots, can measure speed and photograph license plates at speeds up to 150 mph. These little snappers rise up just 4mm above the road surface and are indistinguishable from normal lane markers. They even have automatic self-cleaning systems, so that Big Brother's eyes can focus through the dirt and grime. This isn't the first time the Malaysian authorities have gotten creative with traffic enforcement; check out their tattle-tale website where you can bust your buddies with a camera phone.
[Big ups to Richard for the tip]



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