Sep 182014
 
 September 18, 2014  Surveillance, U.S.

CBS reports:

Police may soon have a new weapon in their efforts to prevent drivers from texting while on the road.

A Virginia company is working on a device that detects the radio signals sent out from a vehicle when someone inside is using a cell phone.

The technology is able to differentiate text messaging from phone calls. Virginia law allows adults to talk on a cellphone while driving, but not send text messages.

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