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Porsche & another U.S. state talk data privacy, automaker says data sharing up to customers

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Amid mounting personally identifiable information (PII) and data privacy concerns across the board from devices to vehicles, Porsche has shared it has added a privacy center to its My Porsche portal.

According to a recent Mozilla Foundation study 25 major car brands received failing marks for consumer privacy — a first in the buyer’s guide seven-year history. Mozilla researched the data privacy policies and practices of Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, BMW, Ford, Toyota, Tesla, Kia, Subaru, Chrysler, GMC, Cadillac, Dacia, Jeep, Lincoln, Acura, Fiat, Volkswagen, Dodge, Buick, Lexus, Honda, Audi, Chevrolet, Renault and Hyundai.

Porsche wasn’t evaluated but the automaker says its central, clear, and easily accessible My Porsche portal allows customers to specify which data they want to share with just a few clicks.

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