As if the story that we linked to a few weeks ago from AutoWeek wasn't enough to start you building those hats made of tin-foil to stop aliens and "The Man" from reading your thoughts, comes this lengthy but thorough look at the "National Intelligent Transportation Systems Program Plan: A Ten-Year Vision" document created in 2002 by the US Division of Transportation. It's a chilling tale of big business and big government tracking your every move in your vehicle by 2012. Officials say that the system will be used to track traffic patterns and allow cars to talk to the infrastructure in major metro-areas. Those of us that have a hard time trusting anyone in a suit don't believe that for a minute. Take a few minutes and get paranoid.
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