Britain's 24 million vehicles would be tracked by satellite if proposed change to road tax accepted Story dated 05 June 2005
That's right, the U.K. wants to track all cars by satellite and charge each individual motorist for their amount of road usage. The story does not point out concerns about the invasion of privacy that this scheme would allow. Should the government be permitted to know where you are at all times? Why do they need to know? This is a bad, bad idea and should be stopped in its infancy before it progresses any further.
Subject Matter: Police State Privacy Surveillance Society United Kingdom _____________________________________________