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MODERn VEHICLES INCLUDE EVENT DATA RECORDER (EDR) 'BLACK BOXES'.
"Next Privacy Battle May Be Waged Inside Your Car"
"At Last, A Firewall for Your Car's Black Box! You may not know it, but your car has the automotive equivalent of an airplane's "black box." It's called an Event Data Recorder or EDR, and anyone with a handheld scanner and access to the port under your steering wheel can download a wealth of information about your vehicle."
"Currently, there's nothing to stop anyone with malicious intent and some computer programming skills from taking command of your vehicle."
"The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is proposing mandating Event Data Recorders (EDRs) in cars and light trucks by September 2014, that you cannot turn-off, delete or omit."
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"Are Automotive 'Black Boxes' Secure?
"You Car is Spying On You. So What Does It Do With All Your Personal Information? - Jan/Feb 2014 AAA World Magazine Cover. The connected car is the next digital privacy frontier. To protect motorists, AAA position on this is simple. All data produced by a vehicle belongs to the owner of the vehicle. Only the owner of the vehicle can allow access to the information."
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"One reason we need access control is that a variety of electronic tools are manufactured and marketed to re-engineer vehicle networks, reset odometers and tamper or erase data via the vehicle's diagnostic port which is generally insecure and prone to misuse of the original safety and emissions related purpose."
"Most importantly, at the end of the day, the vehicle owner(s) should control access to the EDR data in the vehicle. If the vehicle data port is not protected from tampering there will always be questions about the legitimacy of the data."
"An Engineer Who Helped Develop Automotive Electronic Data Recorders Has Designed a Product to Help Protect a Driver's Private Information."
"Watching You Driving - A Proposed Law in the United States Would Require Cars to have 'Black Box' Data Recorders. Many Already Have Them."
"The Automotive Black Box Dilema. Now that your car records what you do behind the wheel, can you swear it to secrecy?"
"Senate to Probe Digital Privacy"
"Car Gadgets Raise Privacy Fears"
"Driver Privacy Protection is a Rising Issue in Washington and Detroit."
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"Proliferating and increasingly inter-connected electronic systems are creating opportunities to improve vehicle and highway safety and reliability as well as demands for addressing new system safety and cyber-security risks."