If you’re using smartphone apps like Checkpointer, Buzzed, or Fuzz Alert Pro to find out where the local DUI checkpoints are in the Valley, then you may soon need to find a new way to get that information. According to CNN, four U.S. senators are now asking Apple, Google, and BlackBerry maker Research in Motion to stop selling apps that help drivers avoid DUI checkpoints. Research in Motion has already apparently agreed to stop selling such apps.
It’s a traffic and safety issue, and not some sort of prior intent. Obviously. One would think I knew better than to recreate the stupid of my past.
Karma: Yes, one WOULD think that.