Event data recorders, also known as “black boxes” or “sensing diagnostic modules,” capture information such as the speed of a vehicle and the use of a safety belt. In the event of a collision this information can be used to help understand how the vehicle’s systems performed. In December of 2012, the National Highway Traffic Administration proposed a rule that would require automakers to install event data recorders in all new light passenger vehicles. . .
Webinar: What In-House Counsel Need to Know about Data Privacy in the Sharing Economy
April 21, 2016 at 12 p.m. EDT
Sharing Economy companies have unleashed new technologies to reduce barriers to economic participation, giving millions of would-be entrepreneurs the tools to share their time, vehicles, homes and other assets to help cover expenses. Many of these tools also give sharing economy companies access to sensitive personal data regarding their users, including GPS coordinates, driving records, criminal history information and more. However, because these industries tend to be highly regulated, many companies are required by regulation to collect and store this data beyond the period dictated by business necessity. Join San Francisco Partner Daniel Rockey as he discusses some of the key privacy issues facing sharing economy companies and strategies to reduce the legal risks inherent in collecting and storing sensitive personal data. Click here for more information or to register.
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Vehicle Black Box Event Recorders At A Glance (2015)
Event data recorders, also known as “black boxes” or “sensing diagnostic modules,” capture information such as the speed of a vehicle and the use of a safety belt, in the event of a collision to help understand how the vehicle’s systems performed. 15 states have passed statutes that discuss the privacy of the data that these devicse collect . . .