OnStar Privacy Invasion Could Trigger Government Investigation

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You might have already heard of this, but OnStar is reportedly tracking your every speed and location on a few data streams even though you’ve canceled your subscription to the service. This has sparked a wave of public outcry.
People are wondering just how much OnStar can find out about what you’re doing, and the device’s friendly image is rapidly changing. As a result, US Senator Chuck Schumer has called for an investigation from the US government into the matter, since the company won’t change its policy.

According to the Detroit Bureau, Schumer says that what OnStar is doing is "one of the most brazen invasions of privacy in recent memory." What can we say, it’s an invasion of privacy and it’s definitely brazen, so he’s right.
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