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Could China spy on us through our electric cars?

7 August 2023

6:46 PM

7 August 2023

6:46 PM

Ulez currently may be Westminster’s favourite talking point, but sharper MPs and ministers are more concerned about the emissions from the front of your car than the back: data, lots and lots of it.

Buried in the electronic control unit of every new electric car is a cellular internet of things module (CIM).

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