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The problem is, I wasn't driving the vehicle at the time. My wife was. She insists she stopped. The website with the live video won't work without IE so I can neither prove or contest whether she did something wrong. This is the response I got from the company when I emailed them about the live video feed: The video works on internet explorer and it depends on the security settings of your computer. If you cannot view the video at home, you can try maybe a friends computer or the local library I'm not asking slashdot readers for legal advice. I'm going to fight the ticket (myself) because my wife said she didn't do it, she states she stopped (Yes I will subpoena the camera software, optics, etc). My question is do you find it fair to have a computer automated ticket sent to you and then be told you have to buy or borrow a windows box to view it? If its a taxpayer bought system, shouldn't it be platform neutral?"