Experts Say Law Should Change to Stop DMVs From Selling Your Personal Data

By | December 25, 2019

On Friday, Motherboard reported that Departments of Motor Vehicles across the country are making tens of millions of dollars selling drivers’ personal information, including to private investigators who spy on people for a profit. The investigation, based on hundreds of pages of documents from DMVs obtained through public records requests, also showed that access to DMV data, which includes names, addresses, and other personal information, has been abused.

Read the full article at VICE.

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