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Private self-driving cars will make our cities more livable
Self-driving cars will facilitate generalized surveillance.
AVs will most likely require users to be authenticated, therefore everyone will be followed.
Self-driving cars will most likely have inside cameras for security reasons.
Self-driving cars will be constantly scanning the outside environment.
Mobility companies will have some requirement to comply with law enforcement.
Even if the mobility company keeps the user's data safe, this doesn't mean the state or hackers will not seek to obtain it unlawfully.
An important business model for mobility services will be monetizing the users' data.
How Self-Driving Cars Will Threaten Privacy
Emerging privacy and data protection regulations will protect people from surveillance.
EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
New technological paradigms for building applications and computer systems (distributed apps) will provide better privacy.
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