OnStar’s latest T&C has some very unsettling updates to it, which include the ability to sell your personal GPS location information, speed, safety belt usage, and other information to third parties, including law enforcement.Read more »
Frustrated by students habitually skipping class, police and school officials in Anaheim are turning to GPS tracking to ensure they come to class.Read more »
An American student finds an FBI tracking device on his car. After posting pictures of the device online, the FBI contacts him and asks for the "expensive" device back. (And by ask, I mean they threatened to throw him in a cage indefinitely.)Read more »
Me and my friend went to the mechanic today and we found this on his car. http://imgur.com/OM6nE.jpg i am pretty confident it is a tracking device by the FBI but my friend's roommates think it is a bomb..any thoughts? The FBI had interest in my friend since his father passed away, as he was a religious muslim leader and they've made attempts at contacting my friend to spew racist questions.Read more »
In London and Cornwall, a pilot program has just been launched that combines all the fun of terrestrial speed cameras with the creepy omniscience of GPS. In a nutshell, the program -- called "SpeedSpike" -- uses positioning satellites to track motorists as they travel between traffic cameras. By calculating the time it takes a driver to move from one point to the other, SpeedSpike can determine whether or not the motorist has been speeding.Read more »
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