Yeah, I have to say as soon as I read "terrorists" I read "we're using bullshit to get what we want", because that's what I read any time I hear responses about terrorism when we're talking about both international AND domestic spying.
Nobody said it does. Crazy simply begets more crazy, especially when you are a situation where you can only see things from a specific viewpoint - everything else then is simply reaffirming your views.
Therefore, there is only one directions thing can go.
It's kinda silly. They're trying to extract blood from a turnip. They should target all internet businesses based in the US except oh wait! That would actually be even more of a pain in the ass, wouldn't it.
Whee, lets have more accidents at the expense of falsely implying there's an actual safety interest! In other words, "this is for your own safety, pay up!"
Red light cameras increasing the frequency of accidents (as has been cited with empirical data frequently) doesn't mean this is an improvement overall. Less tbones, yes - but a system of improving safety? Not at all. They do increase motorist cost, though!
Real method of improving safety? Make yellow lights longer.
It's really not any more complicated than that. Of course, then the city can't give away money to redflex/new red light camera company who is easily just as corrupt.
Note the very specific wording : "we are bound by net neutrality". Not "We follow/will follow net neutrality". It's even more explicit that they will not follow it unless they have to, dragged kicking and screaming.