Jan 142016
 January 14, 2016  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Kyle Midura reports that in order to strengthen hands-free laws for motorists, a bill has been introduced that would give Vermont police the right to search a driver’s electronic devices (presumably for evidence of texting or talking on the phone/distracted driving).

Refusal would result in a conviction.

That’s just so wrong on so many levels. Thankfully, it sounds like legislators realize that this should be a non-starter.

Read more on WCAX.

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