DHS wants to let police and emergency vehicles talk to your car

Thursday, October 25, 2018
By Paul Martin

MassPrivatei.blogspot.com
Oct 25, 2018

It seems like not a week goes by that I am not warning everyone about another government surveillance program.

Sadly, this story is no different and this one might send shivers down your spine. (Happy Halloween.)

Government spying on the public is out of control and perhaps nothing says that, more than the latest revelation about DHS’s plan to allow first responders to send digital alerts to every vehicle. All in the name of public safety of course.

Two days ago, an article in NexGov, revealed that DHS is giving the Heedful Audio Alert System $1.1 million to let police, firefighters, and paramedics talk to your car via the Waze app.

The HAAS Alert system will allow first responders to send notifications to everyone’s vehicle and phone.

Why would first responders need to talk to our cars?

For their safety of course. DHS and first responders are trying to convince the public that the “Move Over” law is ineffective and does not protect them.

Don’t be fooled by trumped up safety claims that first responders need to have access to our cars.

DHS plans to turn cars into government surveillance vehicles

It seems like not a week goes by that I am not warning everyone about another government surveillance program.

Sadly, this story is no different and this one might send shivers down your spine. (Happy Halloween.)

Government spying on the public is out of control and perhaps nothing says that, more than the latest revelation about DHS’s plan to allow first responders to send digital alerts to every vehicle. All in the name of public safety of course.

Two days ago, an article in NexGov, revealed that DHS is giving the Heedful Audio Alert System $1.1 million to let police, firefighters, and paramedics talk to your car via the Waze app.

The HAAS Alert system will allow first responders to send notifications to everyone’s vehicle and phone.

Why would first responders need to talk to our cars?

For their safety of course. DHS and first responders are trying to convince the public that the “Move Over” law is ineffective and does not protect them.

Don’t be fooled by trumped up safety claims that first responders need to have access to our cars.

DHS plans to turn cars into government surveillance vehicles

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