By Joann Muller | Axios
utonomous vehicles don’t just use cameras to help steer themselves. To keep improving, they’re also capturing and storing images of everything that surrounds them — which means they might catch you on camera if you’re in the vicinity.
Why it matters: This is a big issue that privacy experts are just starting to think about. It’s not clear who else might see those images — and without concrete rules on how data collected outside the vehicle may be used, bystanders’ privacy could be at risk.
The big picture: Connected vehicles pose all sorts of potential privacy issues for car owners: