Apple Watch use at lights leads to fine for student

Apple Watch use at lights leads to fine for student
 

A Canadian student has been fined Canadian $400 (£230, $310) for looking at her Apple smartwatch while waiting at traffic lights.
Victoria Ambrose was found guilty of breaking Ontario's distracted driving law.
In court, Ms Ambrose said she looked at the watch to find out the time.
This claim was rejected by the judge who said smartwatches were a distraction as much as a "cellphone taped to someone's wrist".
Time check Ms Ambrose got a traffic ticket in April after being seen by a police officer from the University of Guelph lingering at a red light at a junction on the campus.
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4 June 2018 in Science &Technology, Views: 47
Source: BBC
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