May 24, 2017 Surveillance, U.S.
Joe Cadillic writes:
Since 2016, New York motorists are being forced asked to let the police spy on their cellphones for a minimum of 90 days.
In Nassau County, motorists are asked, wink, wink to pay hundreds of dollars to enter the ‘Distracted Driver Education Program’ (DDEP). The Feds, claim to offer motorists a choice, either dispute the texting while driving ticket in court, accept a 5 point moving violation or enter the DDEP.
Before a motorist can enter the DDEP they have to pay a distracted driving citation which can be anywhere from $50 and $400 and have to pay an installation fee of $125.00 for the in-car device.
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