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People have asked how to address the problem of texting and phoning while driving. It's quite simple:
Since all phones have a GPS function, all we need is a law requiring cell phone companies to write software that monitors the location of a phone during transmission. If the GPS location is changing during the transmission, then the software would automatically terminate the call. As a result, it would be impossible to text/phone while on the move. (911 calls would be excepted from the law, which should require that all cell phones made in the future have GPS functions that cannot be deactivated by the user.)
Bruce Kueck |
September 30, 2009 at 05:13 PM
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