Dorothy Glancy was quoted in an article about the implications of millions of sensors in privately owned cars harvesting data without commuters’ knowledge. 

The ability for a company to sell data collected from private vehicles may become more difficult in the future, according to Dorothy Glancy, a professor at the Santa Clara University School of Law in California who focuses on privacy and transportation. New laws in Europe and California that seek to better define control over personal data may threaten the revenue model that Mobileye and others rely on. “That issue will be very contentious over the next couple of decades,” she said.



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