Some Issues for Insurers on the Use of Event Data Recorders
This paper presents information about event data recorders (EDRs) as well as arguments for and against the use of EDRs, and explores the right of information access against concerns of information privacy. The results of an opinion survey related to the use of EDRs are also presented. These issues are of importance to insurance companies that seek to use EDR information in pricing insurance products and resolving claims.
Volume (Year): 31 (2008)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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