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Leave No Dark Corner: In China, advances in technology are making surveillance techniques more and more sophisticated. Now, a citizen's most trivial actions -- or even, it seems, their ethnicity -- can affect their freedom.
Many new cars have such systems, often styled Drowsy Driver Alert or some similar thing. Subaru, for …
California is using smash and grabs to push plate readers.
It could reach new vehicles by 2026.
A new law included in the infrastructure bill aims to require alcohol detection systems in cars and applies to everyone, not just people with a history of drunk driving.
A "vehicle forensics kit" can reveal where you've driven, what doors you opened, and who your friends are.
A woman was shocked to discover just how much data Amazon has collected about her.
The federal government and police are finding new ways to use drones to invade privacy.
The Car Coach gives her take on the likely impending mileage tax (on top of the gas tax). Check out the information on the National Motorists Association's Blog.