On September 17, according to Japanese media reports, the Tiancun police station in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, announced that in order to resist the frequent road rage incidents and maintain traffic safety, it would promote new surrounding areas with the popular fighting game “street bully” to publicize the boycott of road rage. With the increasing popularity of motor vehicles, road rage has long been a social phenomenon that is difficult to govern in various countries, and Japan is no exception. < / P > < p > the new “street bully” linkage launched by the Tamura police station in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, will focus on publicity to resist the hidden dangers brought by road rage, including reflection boards and posters of various street bullies, hoping to persuade road rage drivers with the influence of street bullies. [image] Google secretly tests 6GHz networks in 17 states of the United States