Mobile Privacy Invasion (UK) Answered
The Manchester Police force in England, has deployed two Smart cars, each equipped with a 12" pole, with a CCTV camera topping it off.
Anyone seen driving while distracted - eating at the wheel, playing with the radio or applying make-up for instance - is filmed by the cameras.
Later, a letter is sent to the owner of the car, in many cases along with a fine.
Anyone caught using their mobile will be asked to pay Â£60 and have three points added to their licence. Fines could also be handed out to anyone who is thought to be driving without due care and attention, or similar offences.
Big Brother isn't just watching, he's following.