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 December 11, 2017  Posted by  Business, Surveillance

Danny Palmer reports:

Confusion over what should happen to data uploaded from phones connected to infotainment systems in rental cars — and who is responsible for deleting it — could be putting the privacy of customers at risk.

A new report suggests it is not clear who is responsible for protecting the data that can be uploaded from smartphones when they connect to in-car systems. This data can include the location and contents of the smartphone as well as the user’s home address, and it is often stored in the connected infotainment system and is not deleted.

Read more on ZDNet.

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