Soulskill from the also-good-for-lan-parties-on-the-go dept.
jfruh writes "Networked cars — cars that can identify each other's location and prevent collisions — are coming soon, and will be a boon for safety, with one estimate having them cut accidents by 70 percent. But what happens to all the data the car will collect — about your location and driving behavior? It's worrisome that nobody seems to be thinking seriously about the privacy side of the equation."
All theoretical chemistry is really physics; and all theoretical chemists
-- Richard P. Feynman