Here's a news item that will inflame both the privacy activists and taxophobes alike: In California, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission is considering a plan to use GPS technology to track how far people drive, and tax them based on the distances.
Red light cameras were created to improve driver safety. They don't. What they do is bring in money by the bucketful for the towns that install them. But in New Jersey, most towns have been told to stop using them -- and you won't believe why.