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‘Primary contact point’ needed for connected car safety: BlackBerry

Briefs | 06/06/2017 2:17 pm EDT
BlackBerry's Sandeep Chennakeshu appears at a Senate committee meeting on June 6, 2017./Via SenVu

OTTAWA — If the government expects to make connected cars safe and secure, they’ll need to ensure that regulations across jurisdictions are harmonized and industry has a primary point of contact inside government, Sandeep Chennakeshu, BlackBerry Ltd.’s head of technology solutions, told a Senate committee Tuesday.

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