Data that is being sold revealing your whereabouts, for example where you live, work or where you go to church? This happened to more than 50 million car owners around the world.
A California-based data broker is involved in a class-action lawsuit because it has been accused of secretly collecting and selling real-time GPS location information from more than 50 million cars around the world, including California-based consumers. The claim in the lawsuit is that the company never requests consent from drivers before tracking their location.
Class-Action Lawsuit Targets Company that Harvests Location Data from 50 Million Cars