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House of Representatives Proposal Aims To Regulate Car Privacy

itwbennett writes: Even though, as reported today on Slashdot, ‘experts from government, industry, and academia say they have no confidence they’ll develop a secure system that can protect users from tracking and privacy breaches,’ a subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives have ‘proposed that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration set up an Automotive Cybersecurity Advisory Council to develop cybersecurity best-practice.’ The draft proposal would require vehicle manufacturers to ‘develop and implement’ a privacy policy outlining their information-gathering practices, and would make vehicle data hacking illegal and subject to a $100,000 penalty for each violation.


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