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