Indiana bill to limit access to 'black boxes' dies; Kentucky bill still active

A failed effort in the Indiana House sought to make it harder for Big Brother-type data from any motor vehicles to be used against drivers. The bill would have required the disclosure of the presence of "event data recorders," or "black boxes," in new vehicles. A person who "sells, rents, leases or otherwise conveys" a new motor vehicle would have been required to notify the owner both orally and in written form about the presence of an EDR and its capabilities.


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