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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Sunday, May 2, 2021

The Intercept: Your car is spying on you -- New technology allows cell data to be stored and extracted

By Brenda Norrell
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New technology allows all of your data from your cell phone to be extracted from a smart car's computer, from both personal cars and rental cars, The Intercept reveals.

That includes your contact list, messages, e-mails and locations. When you connect to the car's USB charger, it extracts your phone's data and stores it in the car's computer. It can be retrieved by law enforcement.

US Customs and Border Patrol used the technology.

In one rental car, the phone messages of more than 70 car renters could be read. The car renters had connected their phone to the USB charger.

It is warrantless spying.

Read the new article from The Intercept:

Mohawk Nation News 'Two Row will eliminate Trudeau' with audio



MNN. May 2, 2021. The following is in effect an eviction notice from a kentiiatehkwennio, a woman who is as one with the earth. Every woman has the duty to protect our mother,  onowarekeh. The land across from the Montreal Forum belongs to the indigenous people, as does all the land of turtle island from ocean to ocean and pole to pole. This meeting place in the center of tiani tiotiakon, of kanienkehaka. is for all our allies. The kanienkehaka have always been the protectors of the ‘eastern door’ of turtle island. Any of our family may come here to council with us and with each other. No one can remove us or our land and allies. 

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