Welcome to the RDI-Board Community.

If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.

Donate Now Goal amount for this month: 100 EUR, Received: 16 EUR (16%)
Donate to support this site...

Results 1 to 3 of 3
  1. #1
    Junior Member Teacher
    Join Date
    Aug 2006
    Posts Thanks / Likes

    Default Tradare, tradare, dar sa stim si noi :)

    *********, mai spune-ne vreo firma preferata de-a ta sa pornim pariurile, care-o fi urmatoarea, ca vedem ca una dupa alta calca-n strachini

    TomTom admits to sending your routes and speed information to the police

    It appears every gadget in your possession is tracking your location. First it was the iPhone, then Android phones and now it's your bleedin' sat-nav. TomTom, perhaps in a pre-emptive strike against its own user-tracking scandal, has admitted its sat-navs can track users and inform third parties about how fast they're going.

    The sat-navs in TomTom's Live range all feature built-in 3G data cards, which feed location and route information back to a central server, which allows TomTom to create a map of congestion hotspots. It's now emerged that this data, however, along with a user's speed, is being made available to local governments and authorities.

    TomTom CEO Harold Goddijn revealed the information on the company's website. "We are now aware that the police have used traffic information that you have helped to create to place speed cameras at dangerous locations where the average speed is higher than the legally allowed speed limit," he says.

    Knowing the cops can see where you're driving and how fast you're going is eye-opening stuff, but TomTom says the data is anonymous and can never be traced back to an individual user or device. Ordinarily, we'd be reassured by this, but we recall Apple saying something similar before the location-tracking excrement hit the phone-carrying fan.

    The good news here, for the paranoid drivers among us, is it's possible to opt out of the data-collection feature on TomTom's Live sat-navs. This rather defeats the object though -- if everyone with a TomTom Live sat-nav opted out, there'd be no Live data to help users avoid traffic blackspots and you'll have wasted your money by splashing out on a high-end GPS system.

    Read more:

    p.s. of, of, mult adevar e in vorba aia, cei ce se-aseamana, se-aduna

    Forza MILAN!

  2. #2
    RDI - Board Banned Avatar

    Join Date
    Apr 2003
    Posts Thanks / Likes

  3. #3
    Silver Member Expert
    RDI - Board Default Avatar

    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Posts Thanks / Likes


    Probabil lumea nu mai are ce face, tom-tom trimite la autoritati zonele unde-si fac soferii de cap si pe soferi ii anunta cu radar warner-ul despre camerele puse la sugestia lor; politia face bani si soferii sunt multumiti de tom-tom ca-i previne si toata lumea e multumita... No las' ca-i bine!

    19,2°E + 13°E + 4,8°E + 0,8°W => Invacom 0,3 => DM800 + DM500

    Avantajul unui om inteligent este ca poate face usor pe prostul, invers e ceva mai dificil.....



Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
Back to Top