OnStar changes course, won't collect data on former subscribers

09/28/2011 | Bloomberg

Responding to strong criticism from customers and members of Congress, OnStar won't change its privacy policy, deciding against collecting data from OnStar-equipped vehicles after their owners end their subscriptions with the satellite-based assistance and location service. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., was among the congressional leaders who decried the proposed policy change.

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