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What the government wants under your hood -- good Washington.
Everything about you.
The Obama administration -- plans to put black box -- quarters in every new car.
Defense attorney Kelly Cendant says this is an invasion of privacy.
Fox's legal analysis that is god says it's a 100% legal.
Mercedes today reported -- -- -- and whether this it would.
Ascertain that the reason behind an accident.
And and if we have had this -- the Toyota cars and that we're all friends are going in -- going over cliffs when I was gonna that.
Who we could have resolved a lot legally long before him on right that's -- one.
Great idea because so many individuals either -- cars in the -- -- -- speeding down the road they're breaking they're not paying attention they didn't -- then.
And then suddenly you have something that records all of that activity that can -- women.
It's not the product.
It's the manner in which set product was being used so it's going to save lots of money for the corporations who creating cars.
-- it can provide insight as to whether this criminality sometimes speeding down the road going a 102 -- thirty miles an hour probably.
That's did celebrate Betsy Kelly that's it be people -- today a 100% Big Brother.
They're monitoring everything that you do every road that your honor every place -- -- at what you have your -- on whether you've been intoxicated all of that is being tracked who has access to that.
And they went about it eating doughnuts outside -- -- And while that might help us if you're a police officer in fact being looked that way they were eating dollar.
If however -- firm for the regular individual there's no privacy whatsoever now they're tracking all of this.
And who has access -- -- not unreasonable search and seizure there's many states.
Anyone that can get a hold of that data there's no restriction on how they can use it against you.
But listen with -- criminal case and this -- -- California case this fifteen year old was killed by motorists the -- I was going ninety.
In 95 miles an hour in the speeds only sixty thought so he doesn't get charged from the -- killed manslaughter.
What do they do there was an actual black box in that car this 130.
In a 65 mile an hour -- that I -- appropriately it's it's the stuff they're doing before and it troubles me that did the potential that wants that boxes in the car.
It could be used for any nefarious means after the.
Well it depends -- -- -- -- so who is actually gonna have access of that lockbox is going to be doing investigations of nonbinding done no no during my during an online and they indicate very.
That's that's the difference it should be the proprietary information of an owner and it could.
Ascertain how an accident took place when it's important something as -- debt.
But the fact that you can plug in a computer at a routine traffic sap suddenly your rights are violated.
Because it's so it's not -- -- -- president airplay right what by the -- if they made airplanes out of what David black boxes that about it we as a survivor.
What I find troubling about this is it's gonna go way beyond my -- like fear and you seemingly welcoming him because -- -- It won't want anyone because I think it's going to help ultimately it's gonna and to help against false claims gonna help uncover the fact is economics and law -- going to be -- I don't know I don't disputes or divorce proceeding at some might not -- was overlooking here do anything wrong and we -- -- -- -- have -- just yourself sparkling -- don't have the fares don't then you're not gonna be tracking and I can be doing something that the -- One more.
Privacy in the that's what look at absolutely yes I mean it it's the same thing as they -- -- goes through told attacking on your cell phone and there's no is that nothing's sacred now.
Let me take -- may happen.
Just -- black boxes than what you do what you -- what not not and it's time that's ladies thank you both very very much think it can be --
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