Car Cybersecurity Study Bill Introduced in Congress

Two congressmen introduced the “Spy Car Study Act” in the House of Representatives in reaction to news of potential hacking of vehicle software. This proposed legislation calls for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Federal Trade Commission, and other groups to conduct a study of best practices in the areas of cybersecurity and privacy as it relates to cars. The results of the study would be used to regulate cybersecurity in US-built cars.

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