Joe Cadillic writes:
A new Senate bill would create a real-time national driver surveillance program that would allow law enforcement to know anything and everything about a driver at the click of a button.
A recent article in WCVB Channel 5 revealed that the “Safe Drivers Act” is designed for one purpose and that is to share everything a motorist has ever done with law enforcement nationwide.
“Outside the Danvers branch of the Registry of Motor Vehicles on Tuesday, Congressman Seth Moulton publicly announced legislation he’s filed in hopes of making it easier for traffic safety officials to share information about drivers across state lines.”
Read more on MassPrivateI.
Instead of more surveillance, might I humbly suggest more enforcement when it comes to driving while impaired? Too many drivers do not lose their licenses and are allowed on the roads. Yes, there would be those who would drive even if their licenses were suspended or revoked, but then criminalize that more, too. Seriously, if you want to make the roads safer, stop surveilling already and start enforcing.
Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.