China is collecting real-time location data from alternative fuel vehicles

“You’re learning a lot about people’s day-to-day activities, and that becomes part of what I call ubiquitous surveillance, where pretty much everything that you do is being recorded and saved and potentially can be used in order to affect your life and your freedom,”¬†Michael Chertoff, former Secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security under President George W. Bush, told the AP.

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