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Kentucky Senator Julian Carroll has introduced legislation that would protect information on event data recorders (“black boxes”), which are found in some vehicles.

Senate Bill 34 states that any retrieved data from the device shall not be revealed to anyone without the consent of the owner. The proposed legislation would even deny insurance companies access to the recorded information unless permission was granted by the vehicle owner. The current Kentucky law states that insurers and car manufacturers have access to EDR material after an accident without notifying the vehicle owner.

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