Yesterday at the DC Auto Show The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) and the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) released a guide to help consumers understand how new cars might be collecting personal information. This guide, Personal Data In Your Car, gives examples of the types of data that most cars collect now. Older technology, such as Event Data Recorders (EDRs) have been installed in cars since the 90’s. EDRs record technical information about a car before and after a crash. Many new cars contain features such as navigation, blind spot detection, parking assist, and infotainment centers. User recognition technology may even scan a … Continue reading If You Own a Car, Read This Privacy Guide
At the end of each month we’ll compile a list featuring some of the most informative and interesting privacy blog posts to let you know what topics are driving the privacy agenda this month.
The month of June was a big month for privacy events. Namely, the IoT Privacy Summit 2015 in Menlo Park, CA. We posted a recap of the event the day after along with some of the many photos we took. TRUSTe privacy experts covered numerous sessions at the Summit and wrote blog posts thoroughly explaining the issues each panel discussed. So far we’ve published one of those blog posts (‘Can Self-Regulation Meet Privacy Challenges of IoT?‘) — we’ll post the other blog posts in the following weeks, so subscribe to the blog if you haven’t already. See below for some other blog highlights.