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Your Data Are Safe with Us – Reason.com

The California Department of Motor Vehicles made $52 million is fiscal year 2017-2018 selling data to private firms that drivers are required to provide to get a driver’s license. The California DMV didn’t provide the names of the companies it sold the data to, but Vice reports that the DMV said the firms may “include insurance companies, vehicle manufacturers, and prospective employers.”

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