The cars have eyes: Data privacy (or lack thereof) and your vehicle
Somewhere along the way, cars stopped being just a means of transportation — now, they’re also a dining room, an entertainment center, even an extension of our selves. And apparently, they’re sharing and selling data about you that you might not know they collected in the first place. This hour: everything you didn’t know about that thing you sit in for an hour every day.
- Jen Caltrider: Program Director of Mozilla’s *Privacy Not Included project
- Kashmir Hill: Technology reporter at the New York Times, specializing in privacy
- Stefan Gössling: Professor at Linnaeus University
- Ian Walker: Professor of Environmental Psychology at Swansea University
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Colin McEnroe, Lily Tyson, and Cat Pastor contributed to this show.