Wednesday, December 7, 2016

2 sides to the coin of Remote Security for Cars

 To quickly share this interesting news item from Natural News

"According to
A newly married man discovered his BMW 550i was missing last Sunday, the day after his wedding. The man called the theft into Seattle police, who contacted BMW. Employees at BMW’s corporate headquarters were able to give officers the exact location of the car and were able to remotely lock the 550i, trapping the suspect.
This report reveals that not only can corporations and governments track the exact location of your vehicle at any moment, they can also remotely disable the vehicle or turn it into a human prison cell. Consider the implications of that the next time you’re shopping for a new car that comes with remote security “features.”"

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