News about a new method of driving enforcement being pitched in Edmonton has prompted concerns about privacy. The new system, from Australia, uses artificial intelligence and biometric technology to catch distracted drivers. Kyla Lee and Paul Doroshenko talk about what it could mean for privacy.
Kyla and Paul also shine a light on a sneaky provision in new impaired driving legislation. The mandatory roadside alcohol screening device provisions raise potential constitutional issues.
Also, there’s another Ridiculous Driver of the Week.
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