- Oct 29, 2013
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I have not been able to find a picture of the actual IR Invisiplate anywhere. (@Normsky can you post a pic?) Does it look like a plate cover or is it pretty stealth? some state don't allow any plate covers, or even any frame that may cover up a portion of the plate (ask me how I know - ticket because he couldnt clock my speed in a go fast car with I/O !)^^^Thats what I run on the back of my cars. I don't run a front plate in OH.
PFFT have anyone of you even looked at your Google Phone Location history?! You are worried about cars?! HA at least you most likely don't know who is driving them. Here you have your location history everywhere date, time, GPS and user stamped.I have long thought a national database similar to this would be something only time will take to have implemented. Just imagine all that data being accessible by any LE agency/govt agency in the country. And it would only be a matter of time before it is sold off or leaked to the public. At which point your entire tracked history of where and when you were will be easily accessible. Privacy is not about protection to be able to do nefarious things - privacy is privacy.
GarbageThe folks from stealthveil claim their Veil G5 helps protect agains this Thread.
Veil G5 contains broadband IR materials which effectively absorbs police laser (lidar), absorbs scanning LIDAR, and absorbs IR light used by automatic number plate recognition (ALPR) systems and many photo enforcement systems, such as speed cameras and red light cameras."
Anyone hs applaied this product and is it effective or is a Scam?
I have not been able to find a picture of the actual IR Invisiplate anywhere. (@Normsky can you post a pic?) Does it look like a plate cover or is it pretty stealth? some state don't allow any plate covers, or even any frame that may cover up a portion of the plate (ask me how I know - ticket because he couldnt clock my speed in a go fast car with I/O !)
Americans live under an illusion of freedom and rights. Your all debt slaves .If you live within 100 miles of Canada or Mexico most if not all of your remaining constitutional rights to privacy no longer exist, post Patriot Act and it's extensions. The heat under the pot of water full of frogs has been turning up for a long long time already.
Free people live free and don’t have to jump up and down all day telling the world how much better they are .Not disagreeing for the sake of this discussion.
Better to live under such an illusion and for the local and county governments to also believe that illusion than to have no illusion to fall back on.
Those countries that have taken rights away are worse off than countries that are maintaining the illusion of freedom.