Mar 162010
 March 16, 2010  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Shelley Childers reports:

A Texas congressman is planning to introduce legislation that would mandate electronic data recorders, also known as black boxes, in all new cars and trucks.


And Congressman Gene Green from Texas says this legislation is especially relevant considering the massive Toyota recall saying, “As we witnessed in the Toyota hearing, there is a demonstrated need of detailed crash information.”

But many are concerned that mandating a recording device breaches privacy.

Read more on CBS.

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