- Report: #845988
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Complaint Review: Qualcomm
Qualcomm5775 Morehouse Drive San Diego, California United States of America
Qualcomm Suspect MCP110 has hidden camera that monitors truck driver in cab activity San Diego, California
*General Comment: Guinea pig test
*General Comment: I understand
*General Comment: Some just won't beleive.
*Consumer Comment: Be Afraid
*Consumer Comment: Paranoia
*Consumer Comment: Has paranoia been a problem with you for awhile?
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Also...
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Truckingboards.com did not delete your post
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Call me crazy, but I did some research and found the following statement at a government website: "Another system is integrated with video cameras and an on-board data recorder to wirelessly transmit vehicle data, as well as event information outside of the vehicle."
Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety and Security Systems Technology Also, strangely enough, when I tried to post my concerns at two so-called trucker's forums, i.e. thetruckersreport.com and truckingboards.com both websites removed my post!!!
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