Car renters beware: Bluetooth use can reveal your private data
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If you're renting a car for the next family vacation, be careful using the mapping system or playing the Moana soundtrack for your kids through Bluetooth.
Those simple actions could put you at risk for identity theft once the vacation is over, consumer watchdog groups in the U.S. and Europe warn.
Major rental-car companies have no policies to delete sensitive information collected during the trip once you return the car, according to a report from Privacy International supported by Consumer Watchdog and... read more
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