Late last week, the House Judiciary Committee voted 19-10 for H.R. 1981, a data-retention bill that will require your ISP to spy on everything you do online and save records of it for 12 months. California Rep Zoe Lofgren, one of the Democrats who opposed the bill, called it a “data bank of every digital act by every American” that would “let us find out where every single American visited Web sites.”
Currently only available in Japan for $45 a year, this app for iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 not only plots your driving destination, but gives you points as you drive by various bosses and “defeating” them. This is way better than my Garmin, and if George Lucas doesn’t do a Star Wars trench running app like this, he’s missing out.