NY Sen. Schumer accuses OnStar of invading privacy (AP)

FILE -  The General Motors OnStar command center is shown in Detroit, in this Feb. 6, 2006 file photo. The OnStar automobile communication service maintains its two-way connection with a customer even after the service is discontinued and reserves the right to sell data from that connection. U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer of New York calls that a blatant invasion of privacy and is calling on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate. Schumer is announcing the effort Sunday Sept. 25, 2011 by releasing a letter to the Federal Trade Commission seeking an investigation. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)AP – The OnStar automobile communication service used by 6 million Americans maintains its two-way connection with a customer even after the service is discontinued, while reserving the right to sell data from that connection.

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