The following is an excerpt from a Fox News story:
“A proposed federal rule that would require black boxes or event data recorders (EDRs) in every U.S. automobile may mean “Big Brother” could be in your passenger seat for every drive.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration rule requires all light passenger vehicles be equipped with an EDR by Sep.1, 2014. Ninety-six percent of new cars already have them – measuring such inputs as speed, lateral acceleration, pedal effort, seat belt use, wheel spin, steering wheel turn and direction.”
Ninety-six percent (96%) of new cars in production are equipped with black boxes? Who knew? What’s the only thing that could be more invasive to our privacy? One hundred percent (100%) of our automobiles having them, of course.
“Good morning, Big Brother. I’m going to drive north on my street at 28 m.p.h. in a 25 m.p.h. zone, almost drive past the convenience…
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