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Canada Dashboard Digest | Alberta law enabling insurance companies to track driving habits raises privacy concerns Related reading: Data Privacy Day 2022: A look ahead

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Legislation in Alberta that would enable insurance companies to track driving habits by collecting data through devices embedded in vehicles or smartphone software is raising concerns from privacy advocates, CBC News reports. Supporters said the law will increase fairness in the marketplace and give consumers more options, though Privacy and Access Council of Canada President Sharon Polsky said people don’t understand how much data is accessed by these devices or where that data could end up.
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