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Monday
Feb042013

Horace Cooper Discusses Potential Abuse of "Black Box" Information in Private Cars 

On the February 3, 2013 edition of “America’s News Headquarters” on the Fox News Channel, National Center adjunct fellow and Project 21 co-chairman Horace Cooper discusses the “staggering” amount of information newer automobiles gather about driver habits and travels.

He also warns how proposed federal regulations to allow government access to that data does not adequately protect Americans from having personal information about their time behind the wheel abusively mined by the government or even private entities that may include advertisers and even stalkers.

As Horace notes, “If you create data, people are going to come for it.”

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