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"Consumers need to know what their cars know about them," said Nate Cardozo, a staff attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which defends civil liberties "in the digital world."

He warned it's "just a matter of time" before a data breach occurs with data collected by auto manufacturers. When it does, drivers won't know what personal information has been compromised because automakers don't disclose what they collect, he said.

Saturday, August 2, 2014
The Baltimore Sun

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