If you like to drive your car fast, it's time to look out. I just saw where a Connecticut rental company was using onboard GPS to track speeders and give them tickets. Well, the courts ruled it illegal under state law, basically because they didn't warn people. Who know what's next?
We already have a black box recording who-knows-what in our C5s. How long before they put in OnStar, and can really track us?
It's time we fight back and demand that we don't want to be tracked and we definitely don't want big brother nosing into our privacy. Sure, the roads are public domain, and laws are made for the overall safety, but we as a large group of specific auto enthusiasts need to put the foot down and say we don't want that crap in our cars.
It's probably too late, I bet the 03s are testing OnStar, and the C6 has all kinds of techno surveillance gear on the drawing board--but maybe we can put up enough stink to slow it down.
I don't know about everybody else, but I don't think a manufacturer has the right to sell us something and then track our every usage of it.
Maybe this is an issue that we can rally together as a large group and have some control over our fate.