Image by mrJasonWeaver via FlickrSpeaking of texting (see last post), as of December 1st it is illegal to text and drive in the state of Wisconsin. I may be figuring out how to text and do things with my new phone, but I cannot imagine ever thinking that I can text and drive at the same time. I don't need a law to tell me not to. But, apparently, a lot of people did.
I've always told my kids not to talk on the phone while driving, at least not for any length of time, and definitely not to text. Of course, not being in the car with them all the time, I can't really be sure whether they're listening to me or not. I wonder if one of these sim card spy things would have been able to tell me? It says it can read deleted texts, but I'm not sure if it can tell when those texts were being sent and read. If they can do that, then law enforcement could probably use some of these - because when I was talking to Beth about the new texting and driving law, she started saying there was no way the police could prove someone was texting while driving. If someone was stopped, they'd have plenty of time to delete all recent texts. No texts, no proof they'd done anything wrong. That is, unless the police officer has a sim card spy that can recover those lost texts.
My plan is not to ever text while driving in the first place. So I won't have to worry about whether or not the police are capable of recovering lost cell phone data.