Anti-Surveillance State Activists Begin ‘Game’ to Destroy CCTV Cameras in Germany

Published On January 14, 2013 | By PFB Guest Blogger | direct action, police state

The watchful eye of the German surveillance state may need something of a patch soon as a radical group of activists have launched a campaign to destroy as many CCTV surveillance cameras as possible ahead of the 19 February European Police Congress in Berlin.

The anti-surveillance activists have invited their comrades to join them in a game in which the only rules seem to be to destroy any and all CCTV cameras your “brigade” of camera smashers finds, and to not get caught doing it. The winning team of the “CamOver” game will be rewarded with being “in the first line of the demonstration against the cops on 16 February,” and are reminded to “crouch down to avoid being hit by flying cams.

Cam Over

The game seems to be gathering players as you can see in the above video. The blog hosting the game, camover.blogsport.de, posted that two more cameras had been taken down on 14 January by the “command: Black Rabbit of Death.”

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