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Privacy, cybersecurity, spectrum key for connected cars: senators

News | 01/30/2018 7:17 pm EST
Privacy, cybersecurity, spectrum key for connected cars: senators
Senators Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu, Dennis Dawson and Patricia Bovey (right to left) release the findings of the Senate standing committee on transport and communications study into autonomous vehicles on Monday, Jan. 29, 2018. / Wire Report photo by Bryson Masse.

Earmarked spectrum, cybersecurity improvements and increased privacy watchdog powers are among the recommendations of a report released on Monday by the Senate standing committee on transport and communications, which has been studying the autonomous vehicles industry in Canada.

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