GAO: Feds lag in vehicle data policy

From: FCW

By Ben Berliner

As the auto industry evolves and more vehicles are outfitted with smart capabilities, consumers can expect more of their personal information to be collected and shared.

There’s no uniform standard, but automakers report collecting data on location, driver behavior, vehicle health and driver use of onboard entertainment and communications. Data can be used to support roadside assistance plans, conduct usability and other product research, and even market products and services to motorists.

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