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GM’s ‘Digital Marketplace’ Under Fire Just a Day After It Was Announced

After announcing its new in-car marketplace earlier this week, General Motors is taking some heat from the National Safety Council. While we weren’t entirely sold on the shopping service either, our concerns revolved mainly around the automaker’s initial push into consumer data acquisition and targeted advertising. We glossed over the safety angle, for the most part, […] The post GM’s ‘Digital Marketplace’ Under Fire Just a Day After It Was Announced appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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