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Driver finds AirTag hidden in car. Presumably, thieves planned to use it to steal his 2018 Dodge Charger.
Leave No Dark Corner: In China, advances in technology are making surveillance techniques more and more sophisticated. Now, a citizen's most trivial actions -- or even, it seems, their ethnicity -- can affect their freedom.
Many new cars have such systems, often styled Drowsy Driver Alert or some similar thing. Subaru, for …
California is using smash and grabs to push plate readers.
It could reach new vehicles by 2026.
A new law included in the infrastructure bill aims to require alcohol detection systems in cars and applies to everyone, not just people with a history of drunk driving.
A "vehicle forensics kit" can reveal where you've driven, what doors you opened, and who your friends are.
A woman was shocked to discover just how much data Amazon has collected about her.
The federal government and police are finding new ways to use drones to invade privacy.