The British Columbia Freedom of Information and Privacy Association released a 2015 study on the privacy concerns related to smartcars, hoping to highlight both potential privacy problems with the technology and further communicate concerns with the auto industry, the Toronto Star reports. The champions of the study, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, maintained that it was “actively following” the resulting conversations between carmakers and legislators. Meanwhile, the Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers Association pledged to pay attention. “We’re fully compliant — and intend to be fully compliant — with the laws that are applicable,” said CVMA President, Mark Nantais.
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