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In-Car Location-Based Services: Companies Are Taking Steps to Protect Privacy, but Some Risks May Not Be Clear to Consumers
Lori Rectanus (au)
The prevalence of in-car communication systems provided by auto manufacturers (called telematics systems), portable navigation devices (PNDs), and smart phones has brought significant opportunities for consumers to access location-based services in their cars. As in-car location-based services have become commonplace, privacy groups and policy makers have questioned whether location data collected by companies can be used for purposes beyond the provision of services, such as by data brokers who collect information to resell the information. This report addresses (1) what selected companies that provide in-car location-based services use location data for and if they share the data; and (2) how these companiesäó» policies and reported practices align with industry-recommended privacy practices. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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