PRIVACY, NOT PIRACY: Is this man hiding in the trunk of a limousine?
That likelihood is about as absurd as the accusations against a New York limousine company that it secretly videotapes its celebrity passengers in New York and Los Angeles. BLURB HERE.
Given the source, a celebrity news website, these allegations are very likely bogus, but nevertheless amusing.
They demonstrate a paranoia toward DriveCam, a legitimate and revolutionary traffic videotaping technology that enhances operator safety, chauffeur responsibility, and liability protection.
While this spectacle is ridiculous, operators should beware of the false rumors that spread an old-school, salacious image of the industry. In fact, the use of DriveCam is an example of the growing sophistication of the chauffeured transportation industry. We hope more operators adopt this valuable technology. -- M.R.
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