Originally posted by sylent6
This goes with the good and the bad.
It would be a useful tool for law enforcement and your insurance companies for varies investigations
It will curved alot of criminal activities. But I'm curious, if you attempt to remove it from the vehicle, it could violates federal law or disable the vehicle if that allows it.edit on 8-12-2012 by sylent6 because: (no reason given)
If you ask me it just comes with the bad under the guise of the good.
Everyone already accepted being monitored by cameras at work. The next step of acceptance is being monitored in the privacy of your own car. Then, your own house (!?).
Same reasoning, same method:
Monitoring you in the privacy of your own house can be a useful tool for law enforcement and your insurance company.
Why dont we all just microchip our children for life in mass while we are at it "for teh childrenz!". Next step of acceptance ,micro chipping everybody at birth, mandatory.
edit on 8-12-2012 by Rubic0n because: typo