Ben Lieberman, a grieving father who lost his 19-year-old son in a car accident, took center stage at a public safety committee hearing to consider new technology to detect when a driver has been distracted by a phone. The solution is the so-called Textalyzer, a program plugged into a cell phone to log swiping, typing, or voice activation.

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