Welcome back to the Tech Policy Grind Podcast by the Internet Law and Policy Foundry! On this week’s episode, Evan Enzer, an ILPF fellow and car-centric SoCal Native, met up with Adonne Washington (Future of Privacy Forum) and Andrea Amico (Privacy4Cars) to cover our introduction to vehicle privacy, a fast-emerging market in the broader privacy law and policy profession.
They get into Andrea’s new project, VehiclePrivacyReport.com; FPF’s excellent introductory resources; Mozilla’s latest edition of Privacy Not Included; and the California Privacy Protection Agency’s (CPPA’s) auto company enforcement sweep. The trio also briefly mentions Evan’s Wiretaps on Wheel’s whitepaper. These resources should be enough to bring us up to speed (puns always intended) on car privacy.
Future of Privacy Forum’s infographics and material on connected cars: https://fpf.org/blog/infographic-data-connected-car-version-1-0/.
Privacy4Cars’ Vehicle Privacy Report: https://vehicleprivacyreport.com/report/.
Mozilla’s Privacy Not Included: https://foundation.mozilla.org/en/blog/privacy-nightmare-on-wheels-every-car-brand-reviewed-by-mozilla-including-ford-volkswagen-and-toyota-flunks-privacy-test/.
STOP’s wiretaps on Wheels whitepaper: https://www.stopspying.org/wiretaps-on-wheels./