Imagine driving safely down the road, getting hit by another vehicle, and then discovering that your car has a “black box” that tells police the accident was all your fault. It’s not far-fetched, and that black box – now aboard 96 percent of new cars – even could be used against you in court.
Montana state Rep. Daniel Zolnikov, one of the nation’s leading politicians protecting the privacy rights of average citizens, joins this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio to tell about that and other technologies that are threatening the privacy of freedom-loving Americans.
Zolnikov isn’t any normal politician full of mere words: His bill last year became the nation’s first law requiring police to get a search warrant if they want cell phone location data. Zolnikov, though, was just getting started in defending liberty – and he tells guest host Brian Brawdy what bills he may introduce next.
Only 26, Zolnikov is in his first term and was named to the Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list as one of nation’s top young leaders in the realm of law and policy. This is a name to remember! In fact, he appeared on CNBC the same week he spoke with Off The Grid Radio.
Listen as Zolnikov tells us what technologies to look out for – and what we can do about it!