California agency to investigate connected-car data collected by automakers

Policy & Regulation

The agency is making inquiries about vehicles embedded with features such as location sharing, web-based entertainment, smartphone integration and cameras

The California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) is reviewing the privacy practices of automakers and vehicle technology companies amid concerns about the growing volume of data collected by cars.

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