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Webinar: Key privacy trends and risks of autonomous and connected vehicles

Vehicles are more interconnected and automated than ever before—which means that they collect and produce large amounts of your data. A single day on the road may generate tens or hundreds of terabytes of data—enough to fill a MacBook hundreds of times over. 

In our second episode in our Autonomous Vehicles (AV) Series with the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, William Wray and Catharina Glugla discuss emerging data-driven business models for innovative mobility services, and answer some key questions about your car and your data, such as: What is this data? Who is receiving it, and what might they do with it? What do the GDPR, the CCPA, and other comparable privacy and telecommunication data frameworks have to say about connected cars?