Law limits states' right to sell auto data

Stoffer, Harry; Halliday, Jean
October 1999
Automotive News;10/11/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5842, p4
Trade Publication
Announces the United States Congress' approval of a measure to prohibit states from disclosing driver and motor vehicle information to third parties for marketing purposes without motorists' concerns. Implications of the measure for motorists; Efforts to study the measure's impact on carmakers; Intent of the bill; Objections to the bill.


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