I feel pretty strongly about protecting privacy. However, I have no problem
at all with the idea of a vehicle data recorder. I think the last statement
> but today both agree on one point:
> motorists should be aware that their cars have recorders, and
> it's to be hoped that the knowledge will encourage them to
> drive safely. "Otherwise," Slade warns, "the black box can
> come back to haunt you."
Because people won't drive safely to be save lives, because it's the right
thing to do, or because it's the lawful thing to do. Then again, why are
auto makers selling cars that can go twice the interstate speed limit.
PS. Perhaps we can all reflect on the ways we drive as an assessment of our
progress through Kolhberg's stages.