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Despite privacy legislation, more and more people’s personal information ends up in the hands of companies and organizations. This also applies to the manufacturer of your car. But some car brands go very far with their data collection…
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Data is shared and sold
It turned out that all brands surveyed collected more data than was necessary to perform their connected services. This data is reviewed, shared and resold by 84 percent of brands. The data is also passed on to investigative services. In addition, 92 percent of all brands do not give their customers any say in what happens with their personal information. Only Renault and Dacia inform drivers of their right to have their personal data deleted.
What data is involved?
Also Tesla fell through the ice during the investigation. The American manufacturer owes this to the many AI systems and cameras that are installed on all Teslas. These cameras record everything, after which these images end up in the hands of Tesla. Reported in April Reuters that these images were viewed and shared by Tesla employees.
What about your car?