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Progressive, other insurers offer to slash rates if you let them monitor your driving

EFF IN THE NEWS
September 21, 2012

“People don’t like being tracked, especially if they don’t know who can get the data,” said Lee Tien, senior staff attorney for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital-rights advocacy group based in San Francisco, which opposed efforts several years ago to allow insurance firms to use such devices in California. “There is no good insurance reason to change the status quo.”

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