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  • Americans feel uneasy about sharing connected car data
  • Americans feel uneasy about sharing connected car data
    Maksim Goncharenok (2020) ©
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Americans feel uneasy about sharing connected car data

Drivers who use connected vehicle technologies, like syncing their phone with their car, feel uneasy about sharing data. For the motor and infotainment industries, there’s an opportunity to clearly communicate the macro benefits and cybersecurity measures in place for connected motorists.

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