Privacy: What Your Car Tells the World About You
One of the foremost issues today in connected technologies is privacy, and more specifically, who controls personal data – the individual who uses the technology, the company that produced the technology or the government? When it comes to intelligent cars, privacy concerns are heightened since the vehicles are inherently connected to systems that track all kinds of personal and technical information. Is the intelligent car the new portal through which your data will be shared with the world? What are the roles of private industry and the government when it comes to automotive data?
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- What can the government learn about you from your car? What can private entities learn?
- Who would have access to this information?
- Who owns the information – car makers, telecom companies, government or you?
- What are some of the positive uses of this data?
- How will society and individuals benefit from the data that flows from our cars?
- Anna Laitin US Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation
- Cora Tung Han Federal Trade Commission
- Catherine McCullough Intelligent Car Coalition
- Harold Ford, Jr. Broadband for America
Rachel Waas DCI Group
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