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As automakers tap smartphone technology, concerns grow about use of drivers’ data | Washington Post


curated by | February 4, 2014

““As with cellphones, what private companies do with that data and what government does with that data can be pretty shocking. People are vaguely aware of it, but most people don’t seem to care in terms of modifying their personal behavior,” said Bryant Walker Smith, a fellow at the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford University and a lecturer at Stanford Law School.”

Date published:
January 9, 2014

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