by Mike Adams, Natural News:
You may have heard that driving is a privilege, and in some ways it is, but being afforded guarantees contained within the Constitution is an expectation, not a “privilege” to be doled out by the ruling class. So anyone who says the government should “have the right” to track you in your car, everywhere you drive, needs to take another look at the intent of the Fourth Amendment’s guarantee that you and I be “secure in our papers and effects.”
But officials at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration may not care much about the Constitution’s privacy protections, because they may decide, by year’s end, to begin the rulemaking process to require newly manufactured vehicles to include what’s being billed as “V2V” (vehicle-to-vehicle) communications technology designed to broadcast to government bureaucrats your car’s location, direction of travel, speed and, quite possibly, the number of passengers you are carrying.
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