Would you have ever believed this?

The Mozilla Foundation has looked at 25 different types of cars and discovered that some are actually collecting information on sexual activity and your political opinions.

The Mozilla Foundation used the term “privacy nightmare” in describing that drivers have been warned that car manufacturers are collecting extensive and highly personal information on drivers.

Specifically, here are some of the findings:

Nissan is collecting “sexual activity.”

Kia says it can collect data about your “sex life.”

Under Mozilla’s criteria, Tesla failed at all the reviews that they conduct.

Mozilla says that earlier this year, Tesla employees shared videos and images from the cameras inside of the customer’s own car.

They have also confirmed that the car manufacturer’s can collect more data from third party providers, such as satellite radio company’s and Google Maps.

The Mozilla study concluded that six different car companies can collect very personal information such as:

  • A drivers medical information.
  • Genetic information.
  • How fast you drive.
  • music interests and more.

The focus appears to be gathering as much data as possible and then monetize it for maximum profit and benefit.

It is a very invasive and dangerous time in America.

You should proceed with great care and assume that you have no privacy anymore, whatsoever.

We have all heard that the smart televisions of today can turn the cameras on you and collect data and listen and view all of your activities around your home or office.

Only 2 of the 25 car brands that they studied said that the driver had tte right to delete the data captured  … they are, Renault and Dacia, who are owned by the same parent company.

The invasion of privacy in America has reached disturbing levels, never before seen.

With the current big push being given to artificial intelligence, it’s only going to get worse going forward.

SOURCE: The Mozilla Foundation.

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