Joe Cadillic writes:
DHS and the Dept., of Transportation are using ‘Bluetooth detectors‘ to spy on motorists and pedestrians.
Beginning in late 2007 the University of Maryland, with support from the Maryland SHA, developed an anonymous probe technique to monitor the travel time on highways and arterials based on signals available from the point‐to‐point networking protocol commonly referred to as Bluetooth.
According to Gainesville.com. motorists probably have no idea the government (DHS) is secretly reading information on their cell phones, tablets, headphones.
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