Your car is likely collecting about 25 gigabytes of your data per hour — but ask automakers what they do with it all, and they clam up
I remember a few years ago that OnStar was collecting data even when there was no active account on a vehicle and GM had to do an about face to stop it.
OnStar's announcement that it would collect data from non-subscribers systems sets off a huge backlash against the company, including angry letters from three Senators.
There's also been rumours that vehicle manufacturers have been sharing driving details with insurance companies. Does it include personal info? Can this info be used against us?
Yeah, my OnStar modules are unplugged! It might not be so easy with newer vehicles.