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Who’s Driving Regulation for Connected Cars?



When Henry Ford released the Model T in 1908, do you think he imagined his innovation becoming what it is today? It’s impressive how far we’ve come from over a century ago. 

In today’s vehicles, microcomputers track our every move while going about our daily lives. Experts estimate that a car can produce up to 25 gigabytes of data an hour and up to 4,000 gigabytes a day. This goldmine of data could be worth up to $750 billion by the time 2030 rolls around! 

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Data Driven Cars



As the automotive industry drives us forward into autonomy, how does this impact data collection and privacy? John Verdi, VP of Policy at Future of Privacy Forum talks about the past, present, and future of data privacy and regulation for connected cars on this week’s episode. Enjoy the ride!