What does your car know about you? Warning over net-connected vehicles that track user's habits - and how you can opt out



Your car knows more about you than you think.
Newer cars that connect to the internet can collect vast amounts of data about drivers, such as where you went to dinner, if you broke the speed limit or if your seat belt was buckled.
When you buy a car, you cede data control to your car company. 
CAN YOU OPT OUT?  Most automakers let owners opt out, but that's usually buried in fine print, says Khaliah Barnes, former associate director of the nonprofit Electronic Privacy Information Center, who now works on privacy issues for the federal government.
Under the 2014 agreement, automakers... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 45
Source: Daily Mail
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