NYPD tells Google that Waze makes driving in the city dangerous

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Navigation and mapping app Waze asks its users to provide information on crashes, construction, speed traps and DWI checkpoints. As a result, Waze users can, in many cases, avoid getting caught driving while drunk or high. This might be good news if you regularly drive sloshed or stoned; for the rest of us, not so much.

According to WCBS, the local CBS affiliate in New York City (via Android Authority), the NYPD has sent a cease and desist letter to Waze owner Google complaining that its DWI checkpoints should not be revealed on the Waze app. In fact, the letter notes …

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