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Incredible: He was putting “bugs” on traffic police cars

Incredible: He was putting “bugs” on traffic police cars

There are no limits to the ingenuity of those who want to avoid the clutches of the law. However, this particular case exceeds any precedent.

In a bold move aimedHelping truck drivers avoid checks and finesA woman in China has come up with a secret plan to track the locations of police cars without relying on traditional crowd search methods like the Waze app.

A manager of a shipping company in Xiangyang City, Hubei, the woman carried out her risky plan to break into a local police station at night. GPS trackers are discreetly installed in many patrol vehicles.

The plan went unnoticed For about six months, Until a routine check revealed one of the tracking devices secretly placed in a police patrol car.

On the occasion of the engineer's discovery, the authorities began an investigation, which eventually concluded The extent of the secret operation carried out by the woman was revealed.

In general, he found that Seven police vehicles were equipped with Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking devices.allowing women to transmit real-time location data to truck drivers, allowing them to avoid potential inspections.

Despite the seriousness of her actions… The woman faced relatively minor consequencesShe was sentenced to only eight days in prison and a fine of about 60 euros. The exact number of fines avoided through its GPS plan is still unknown.

However, the incident raises questions about the legality and general problems resulting from such devices, which can be useful for finding a stolen vehicle, but It is easy to fall into malicious practices And in everything related to personal data for all of us.

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