Connected vehicles are becoming an increasingly important part of modern life however, they present complex privacy challenges. As connected vehicles advance in capability, they collect, process, and share a great deal of personal information. But what does this mean in the context of the changing landscape of US data protection laws? The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) contains a specific requirement regarding privacy disclosures in cars and the personal information governed by Virginia’s Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA) specifically includes information collected and shared by vehicles.
Join OneTrust DataGuidance and our expert panel for a webinar discussing the privacy challenges created by autonomous vehicles, what these look like in the changing landscape of US privacy law, and what stakeholders in the autonomous and connected vehicle space should be thinking about.
Key takeaways include:
- An understanding of the privacy challenges created by connected vehicles
- How data collected by connected vehicles is governed by state level privacy laws in the US
- Next steps and privacy considerations for stakeholders in the connected vehicle industry