Technicians watching traffic on their consoles at the TransVision center in southwest Fort Worth in 2010. State agencies and the federal government don’t keep data collected on cars, but transportation experts say the issue of who should have access to the data is growing.
Technicians watching traffic on their consoles at the TransVision center in southwest Fort Worth in 2010. State agencies and the federal government don’t keep data collected on cars, but transportation experts say the issue of who should have access to the data is growing. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram
Technicians watching traffic on their consoles at the TransVision center in southwest Fort Worth in 2010. State agencies and the federal government don’t keep data collected on cars, but transportation experts say the issue of who should have access to the data is growing. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram

Who (if anyone) should have access to data in your car? No consensus

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