“Some of the information may be going to the manufacturer, some may be staying locally on the car, some may be going to your insurance company if you’ve selected that, some may be going to some technology you’ve opted into. So we’re trying to clarify for consumers what kind of information your car may collect and where the information is being sent.”
At FPF, we recognize the benefits that connected home technologies can provide to individuals, families, and kids. We also know that privacy issues can make or break adoption of connected home tech – particularly questions about whether kids’ privacy and security are sufficiently safeguarded. Families are using voice controlled devices to search the web, play games, and order products.
The Future of Privacy Forum and EY are hosting an event to advance the conversations around the management and use of personal information in the vehicle ecosystem. We will have a half day of panel discussions led by our team of privacy professionals and colleagues from the privacy and automotive space in the US and EU. If you work in […]
You can tell when a powerful new technology, like tracking people as they shop, is coming of age. It starts trying to persuade people it is a force for good, and it broadens its reach and capabilities.
Future of Privacy Forum Study Results Show App Developers Heed Call for Privacy Policies Future of Privacy Forum and Center for Democracy & Technology Release Best Practices for Mobile App Developers WASHINGTON – A survey released today by the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) examined the most popular paid and free apps on leading app platforms, […]