The revelation from an insider in the German insurance industry this month has sounded an alarm about a potentially concerning future trend: the potential for all cars to be remotely disabled in the near future.
In a letter initially sparked by discussions on a YouTube channel focused on digital ID concerns, an unnamed source, employed within the IT department of a prominent German insurance company, shared insights that many dismiss as conspiracy theories.
The whistleblower expressed concerns about the widespread ignorance surrounding the implications of rapid technological advancements, particularly the integration of artificial intelligence. Highlighting several pilot projects within their large insurance firm, they painted a concerning picture of the evolving digital landscape.
One project, termed “Remote Control,” outlined a trajectory where future cars, likely electric, could become mandatory due to insurance limitations on older vehicles. These cars would gather real-time data on drivers, including location tracking, dietary habits of the area, individual driving styles, and even incorporate a built-in breathalyzer. Shockingly, the insider alleged that these vehicles could be remotely disabled if alcohol was detected, regardless of whether the driver’s levels were within legal limits.
Moreover, the source indicated a collaboration between their company, the Federal Ministry of Defense and National Security, proposing that politically influential indviduals could face remote vehicle disablement as part of a joint project by 2025.
These claims, initially presented on the Survival Lilly YouTube channel, triggered investigations that seemed to validate parts of the whistleblower’s assertions. Jack Pegoraro, a British classic car enthusiast, delved into each assertion made in the letter and found supporting evidence from various credible sources. He discovered ongoing initiatives by car manufacturers, insurers, and regulatory bodies aligning with the described developments.
Breathalyzer integration, mandated by laws in the U.S. and Europe, speed limiters, and data collection mechanisms aligned with the whistleblower’s claims. Pegoraro’s findings mirrored the concerns raised in the letter, indicating a worrisome trajectory where personal data, driving behaviors, and even dietary habits could dictate insurance premiums and potential vehicle access.
The collaboration between advanced technology, major corporations, and and governmental bodies outlined a future where constant data surveillance could significantly impact individual freedoms and privacy.
While the intentions behind these changes may not solely stem from government agendas but rather technological advancements driven by private entities, the potential ramifications remain grave. The call to action lies in holding policymakers accountable, ensuring that the future landscape aligns with democratic principles and safeguards individual freedoms in a digitally driven world.
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