Counsel Jeewon Serrato looks at how the Federal Automated Vehicles Policy provides a framework for thinking about data privacy in connected cars and the challenges of regulation and jurisdiction in a global privacy context.
Thinking Through the Federal Automated Vehicles Policy
One of the biggest challenges in implementing the seven privacy principles noted in the FAVP is closely coordinating all members of the connected cars ecosystem – from the original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to the suppliers and third parties – so that privacy and security systems will be embedded from the beginning of the design process.
The Challenges of Regulation and Jurisdiction in a Global Privacy Framework
With the EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) coming into effect in 2018, manufacturers and suppliers in the connected cars ecosystem – both within Europe and in other countries who could be handling European data – need to consider how they will comply with the jurisdictional overlap and varying requirements of data protection regulations around the world.
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