A guy goes in to have a regular oil change. The mechanic spies something odd hanging from his undercarriage. They're unable to identify it so he takes pictures of it and posts it on the net hoping someone can tell him what it is. Days later FBI agents knock on his door demanding their property back. A clear case of WTF? So have I dammit. Irregardless that it saves hundreds/thousands of dollars and man hours it's a violation of one's privacy. According to the article they can do this to ANY ONE OF US and well... gee... IMO that's just :bs: unless I am doing something wrong but cannot be charged with or have a legitimate reason to be under surveillance the Feds need to keep their damn hands off my car... and anyone else who is just a regular citizen. It troubles me too. No warrant gives them arbitrary power to pick anyone that even LOOKS suspicious and track them where-ever they may be going. So they use that as a loophole to do it. Big Brother I know you're probably watching so umm... F.O!