Looks like the Dutch police are going to use TomTom gps data to figure out the best places to set up speed traps!
Very interesting,probably only a matter of time the police in The United States figure out how to use this information.
American cops will use the info to find places to coop
It's everywhere. There for the taking.
Buy a TomTom and help increase your chances of getting a ticket.
What a marvelous new fearture!
United States cops probably will not buy TomTom data, since it is not a US company so their data may not be accurate in the US.
However, US cops will more likely buy Navteq data, which would be a bad new for Garmin users.
Time to start taking TomToms on aircraft - that'll throw off their average speeds.
a good way to show love to customers? Giving them up to law enforcement. If TomTom did it, can others be very far behind in doing the same thing or something similar?
No wonder the Tomtom sat-nav keeps coming up with the connect your Tomtom to your computer screen.
it is everywhere
AFAIK, Garmin doesn't collect time/location data, so they can't hose their users like TomTom did.
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