California's newly empowered privacy regulators announced their first case Monday, a probe of the data practices of newer-generation cars that are often or always connected to the Internet.
The California Privacy Protection Agency said its enforcement division would review manufacturer treatment of data collected from vehicles, including locations, smartphone connections, and images from cameras.
The agency was established by a 2020 ballot initiative that toughened the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018. As of July 1, it can conduct operations to enforce Californians' right to learn what is being collected about them, the right to stop that information from being spread, and the right to have it deleted.
From The Washington Post
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