Questions surrounding the proposal to have vehicle OBD (onboard diagnostic) information automatically broadcast via transponders to “listening stations” operated for environmental regulators will be aired early next month at the coming Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Congress & Exposition in Detroit. The most likely pressing issue will be whether automatic broadcast of any information about a motorist's vehicle would violate privacy concerns — notwithstanding government agency ...
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