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Daily Dashboard | Lawmakers look to eliminate anti-drunk driving tech from infrastructure bill Related reading: A view from Brussels: The latest on the DSA, DMA and Privacy Shield



Three U.S. Senators are attempting to repeal a drunk and impaired driving prevention technology provision from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, The Dallas Morning News reports. The provision calls for regulators to develop drunk driving-detecting tech within three years and give automakers two years to implement the tech into their vehicles. In response, U.S. Sens. Mike Rounds, R-S.D., John Cornyn, R-Texas, and Mike Braun, R-Ind., co-sponsored the Safeguarding Privacy in Your Car Act, which would limit the use of such tech due to the potential for privacy violations.
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