How many more reasons do you need to leave the EU?
These EU bureacrat svengalis have run amok, power hungry and intrusive in every way possible, what more evidence do you need to jettison the entire project? Remember, every bit of your liberty being stripped away, is being done with some notion of ”for the common good”, but in the end, makes you nothing more than a faceless number to be tamed and managed, and all done with a smiley face.
NOTE: Not a word about this in the Finnish fake media, and you know very well that it’s going to be in place here as well.
EU to bug every car in UK with tracker chips – and Ministers admit they are powerless to stop the Big Brother technology
- Under EU plans, every new car sold in UK will have a ‘black box’ device
- Gadget contains a phone-like SIM card which tracks drivers’ movements
- Designed to help emergency services find vehicles in the event of crash
- Government believes the device will add at least £100 to the cost of cars
- Officials also fear it could be used by police to monitor motorists’ moves
- But ministers admit they are powerless to stop Big Brother technology
- All new car models will have to include ‘eCall’ device from October 2015
Every new car sold in Britain will have to have a ‘black box’ device fitted to track drivers’ movements from next year, under plans being imposed by the European Union.
Despite serious concerns about privacy and cost, UK ministers admit they are powerless to stop the Big Brother technology being forced on motorists and car makers.
The Government believes the gadget, designed to help emergency services find crashed vehicles, will add at least £100 to the cost of vehicles without providing significant safety improvements.
New technology: Every new car sold in Britain will have to have a ‘black box’ device fitted to track drivers’ movements from next year, under plans being imposed by the European Union. Above, how the device works
Officials also fear the scheme, known as eCall, could be used by police or insurance companies to monitor motorists’ every move.
The European Commission has ruled that by October next year, all new cars and vans sold across Europe must be fitted with the technology, which contains a mobile phone-like SIM card designed to transmit the vehicle’s location to emergency services in the event of a crash.