Unless they are going to drop the cost of cars because of the extra amount of money they are going to make off my data (which they wont) or if i get a cut of the money (we wont) then GM can eff right off. I get the whole selling data if someone is providing you a service with no monetary charge, and even then it can be iffy. But if you are going to charge a large sum of money for a car then try to make more money off of people with their data, then we need laws in place that force companies that people must get a majority cut of all money made off of the data.
Now, give me a free CTS-V and zero maintenance fees then you can have what ever data of mine you want.
At what point should personal data be considered a form of currency/commodity and companies have to pay us to have it and use it.
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