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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Nanny's Car Trackers

Courtesy of Euro Nanny, as from 2018, all new cars will have to be fitted with tracking devices that alert the emergency services in the event of an accident.

A serious crash will prompt an automatic call to the nearest emergency centre. Even if nobody in the vehicle is able to speak, the device will still relay the exact location, time, direction of travel, the scale of the impact and whether airbags have been deployed.

Suffice to say, aside from the "do good" aspects of this compulsory technology, there are other aspects. Specifically the fact that the movements of cars will be able to be tracked and monitored by both the state, private companies and hackers.

On the plus side, mobile phones can be tracked and used as listening devices anyway (so the state and others already know where you are, and what you are saying).

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  1. Anonymous11:52 AM

    I can’t see the point.

    How many crashes can there be anywhere in Europe where the emergency services are not already alerted straight away?

    It is not as if there have been loads of instances of cars found crashed in remote areas where the occupants have been found decomposing inside.

    This looks suspiciously like someone in power in Brussels having brought a load of shares in a tracking device company.

  2. Anonymous1:04 PM

    Also sounds like a sneaky way to get tracking by the mile, speed data and a number of other things once the trackers are in the cars. Wonder how long before people work out how to deactivate them.....