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The auto industry has even more contempt for your privacy than Big Tech, which is saying something. Now an appeals court has ruled that the car makers can intercept and sell your private information, and you can't do a damn thing about it.

https://therecord.media/class-action-lawsuit-cars-text-messages-privacy

Well, one thing: Don't hook up your phone to these sleazy companies' "entertainment" systems.

h/t @dangoodin

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Someone is going to have an outstanding business someday in selling things that don't spy on their owners, and in neutering or disabling the spyware in the things that do.

There is massive market potential, once people understand what's at stake if they allow relentless surveillance to continue.

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It blows my mind that so many things that would be actually illegal for any individual to do are completely acceptable and legal for a corporation to do.

It's ludicrous. And so many Americans have the gall to talk about "the backwardness" of other countries.

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