A dystopia in which DMV knows where you are

By The Editorial Board

Without much fanfare, California has led the way on yet another innovation with potentially sweeping consequences. But this time, it’s clearly a mixed bag. Digital license plates evoke a futuristic cityscape where cars have finally caught up with the rest of our tech-saturated reality.

But more than a whiff of dystopia is in the air — from the privacy-destroying potential for tracking and hacking to the eye-pollution factor promised by personal and commercial messages blinking and dancing on the tail end of every vehicle.

The facts, so far, are relatively benign. For $700 plus a $7 monthly fee, motorists can nab a [READ MORE HERE]

Source: OC Register Sports

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