Networked Cars Are Coming, But Their Hacks Are Already Here

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Vehicles on the road today are already joining our larger “Internet of things.” They sync up with our phones through Bluetooth; they register on GPS satellites for navigation; and their mechanical difficulties can be diagnosed at a distance with services like On Star. But future technology that allows cars to talk to each other directly promises to be much more disruptive still. And that technology has gotten a new push in the last week—at the same time that its potential security weaknesses have been highlighted.

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