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6How privacy fears are driving automakers in the age of the connected car [w/poll]

Ford To Hire Global Privacy Policy Attorney

A recent GAO report concluded car companies don't adequately disclose how and why they share location data.

32US government moves to mandate car connectivity [w/video]

The federal government is inching closer to mandating cars have the ability to communicate with each other, in a move regulators say could reduce crashes while still protecting motorists' personal information.

18Hackers Can Tinker With Traffic Lights, Other Road Systems

New research shows how easy it is to infiltrate key traffic-control systems

The next time Gov. Chris Christie wants to create traffic problems on the George Washington Bridge, he may have more sophisticated options than an old-fashioned study.

AddHas "peak car" already happened? Are automakers becoming mobility companies?

The mood at the 2013 North American International Auto Show has been more than upbeat for automakers. Lots of new models and concept cars have been unveiled and automakers think it will be a good year for a solid sales increase. Quartz writer Tim Fernholz looked at it from another angle, raising some big questions. What if this post-economic crisis renaissance is short lived? Is the world approaching "peak car" – when demand for cars declines? And will the role of manufacturers change from

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