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Daily Dashboard | Op-Ed: Congress should close loophole on connected car searches Related reading: The Atlantic Declaration: Data bridges, privacy and AI




In an Op-Ed for TechCrunch, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation’s Alan McQuinn and Daniel Castro write that Congress should close an existing loophole that allows the warrantless search of connected cars. They argue that to protect both citizens’ rights and support technological progress, Congress should take measures to keep up with the impact of technological change and ensure protection for vehicle data. “Just as Congress has been working to close the loophole for cloud computing, it should close the loophole created by the convergence of digital technology with vehicles,” they note. “Congress should require law enforcement officials to obtain a warrant before they can access data from a vehicle.”
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