March 16, 2014
Feds push for tracking devices in all new cars | The Daily Caller
U.S. Department of Transportation officials announced they want auto manufacturers to include devices for tracking location, heading, speed, and other information in all cars.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx wants the tech in all cars for the purpose of averting traffic accidents, the AP reports. The devices would allow cars to essentially talk to each other.
Radio transponders would transmit a car’s real-time data to the computers of surrounding cars, with the hope of alerting drivers to an impending collision.
Read more...Feds push for tracking devices in all new cars | The Daily Caller
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