Oct 172014
 October 17, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Dr. Stefan Schuppert writes:

The Conference of the German Federal and State Data Protection Authorities during its last meeting on 8 and 9 October adopted the resolution “Data Protection in the Car”. The resolution expresses a concern about what it describes as privacy risks involved in the growing collection and processing of personal data in cars, and the interests of various actors (car manufacturers, service providers, insurance companies, employers) in using those data.

The resolution outlines several obligations of car manufacturers, dealers, repair shops, and providers of communication services.

Read more on Hogan Lovells Chronicle of Data Protection.

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