Having a device in your vehicle that allows you to pay for a company to track you via GPS and remotely control your car is weird enough as it is, but now their updated terms and conditions states that they get to sell your tracking data to third parties, and they’ve reserved the right to share this data with “law enforcement and other public safety officials”. Incidentally, GPS can track your speed, FYI. Oh, and said that they can continue to track you even after you’ve stopped paying for the service. I mean after all, you still have the tracker in your car.
They claim that they sell your ‘anonymized’ data which is safe for you, but ‘anonymized’ as applied to everything else I can think of (web browsing habits, medical data, porno-scanners at the airport, etc.) has kind of been shown to be a total lie. A spokesman pointed out that there is still one consent clause left. It states that it will seek your consent for any use of data not listed in the document… which means they can still sell any and all tracking information about you to third parties, period.