The Privacy Web Woven by Autonomous Vehicles presented at GlobalPrivacySummit 2019

by Jenn Behrens, Kelsey Finch, Kevin Gay,

Summary : Widespread development of autonomous vehicles is triggering significant privacy concerns about surveillance technology within the vehicle platforms. Both public and privacy sectors, including the Future of Privacy Forum, are tackling these potential privacy harms by advancing strong data protection guidelines and utilizing a privacy-risk methodology. The Federal Highway Administration is currently focusing on several major initiatives such as vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications, and smart city and connected vehicle deployments. This public-private panel will deconstruct the complicated web of potential privacy harms to individuals and enterprises that arise within AV technology innovation and provide lessons-learned on utilizing a privacy risk management strategy to minimize the likelihood and impact of privacy harms with advancing technology. Panel members will also discuss how federal government agencies and private industry enterprises can successfully collaborate and share experiences, challenges and successes that ultimately benefit consumers and society in the context of increasingly connected data ecosystems.What you’ll take away:Privacy risks of autonomous vehicles (inside and outside the cabin)How to apply privacy risk management methodology to managing implicated privacy risk in connected vehiclesData protection guidance for advanced surveillance technology platforms